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    Safety first

    It's best to have the CO detector as close to the exhaust pipe as possible!Name:  IMG_20210414_102625213.jpg
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    I'm not young enough, to know everything...

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    Why is it always a Lennox install ???

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    Quote Originally Posted by 406Tinner View Post
    It's best to have the CO detector as close to the exhaust pipe as possible!Name:  IMG_20210414_102625213.jpg
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    The conventional view serves to protect us from the painful job of Thinking

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    the transformer is a self-protecting transformer. don't you see how it moved itself out of the way of that heat source?
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    Quote Originally Posted by jayguy View Post
    the transformer is a self-protecting transformer. don't you see how it moved itself out of the way of that heat source?
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    What seems more insane is it appears the flue was routed the way it was in order to have space for that mess to begin with.


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