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    What is the acceptable leakage rate during a pressure test on a pulse?I.E.1psi in 10 min or less.?I cannot remember & it has been awhile since I have tested one.
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    Post look in here...

    Originally posted by markwolf
    What is the acceptable leakage rate during a pressure test on a pulse?I.E.1psi in 10 min or less.?I cannot remember & it has been awhile since I have tested one.
    Don't have a lot of time look in this Service Manual maybe it there...

    http://alltemp-hvac.com/GSR14.pdf


    But to be honest I don't think there is an allowable leak rate on a Pulse!

    [Edited by AllTemp on 11-01-2005 at 11:03 PM]
    AllTemp Heating & Cooling

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    Originally posted by markwolf
    What is the acceptable leakage rate during a pressure test on a pulse?I.E.1psi in 10 min or less.?I cannot remember & it has been awhile since I have tested one.
    Lennox has a new policy...if it's out of warranty...replacew it!

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    pressurize to 4psi if any pressure after 10 minutes it passes. have not seen a bad one yet that would hold pressure more than about 30 seconds. any small leaks are found on test plugs or spark plug,flame sensor

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