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    Yeah, you can get to the vent hood

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    My eyes hurt.

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    I suspect the vent pipe should be larger. Just because the collar on the draft inducer is 4" does not mean the pipe should be that size. Time to sell a HE furnace vented horizontally.
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    That's little close for single wall pipe.
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    Thats pretty.


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