We just had the worst service call of all time. They came to do a yearly service on our York 130 btu furnace and we had never had any problems with our dual floor system before. He mentioned to us that how is that we have had heat upstairs, and we told him there was no problem with our vents. He mentioned he made an adjustment but would need lots of work to fix things but we told him there was nothing wrong. A day after the service, our upstairs vents stopped working. He says the damper is sticky and needs to be replaced but we did not believe him as it worked fine before he was here.
My question is how can we examine the damper in our system. Where is the damper, how do we locate it and is it easy to replace on our own? If not, what is the type of cost for replacing something like this for one part of the dual floor system? We were told over XXX-XXX which we thought was criminal. Any help would be appreciated as I am a complete novice with this York system and heating furnaces.
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[Edited by jultzya on 01-29-2006 at 08:35 AM]