First off, I don't know much at all about this - furnaces. I have a 3 year old Carrier Weathermaker that is emmiting CO. I had one guy come look at it - -he said it was corrosion on the heat exchanger. How does that happen in only 3 years! He said they could fix it for. It seemed to me like he wasn't 100% sure that the CO was coming from there. He was running all over the house testing everything, some things twice for an hour or so.
I have a CO detector on the lower and upper level (split level) should I not have one on the lower level? I thought I read that on the forum. What should I do next? This CO problem was supposed to be fixed when I moved in 2 years ago (one year after the furnace was installed it was immiting CO and they had it fixed before I moved in).
Should I bite the bullet and have the heat exchanger replaced? Why is a brand new furnace doing this?
Thanks in advance for any help you can give me.
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[Edited by lusker on 10-11-2005 at 05:37 PM]