1996 Carrier Heat Exchanger Cracked?

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kjpro @ news .com wrote:

Vent plugged? And/or other things.. Lights with a bang?

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Very good grasshopper.... Mud nest in the outlet of the combustion blower. Lit with a bang... enough to bow the cabinet door.
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kjpro @ news .com wrote:

Which of course cuts labor costs as it is already partially disassembled. ;-p

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Don't forget the charge for sheet metal work. :-)
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kjpro @ news .com wrote:

Its a great deal. That bent panel can also double as a Ford Hubcap.

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Some older Rheem/Ruud furnaces had a rollout switch mounted directly to the front of the HE and would occasionally trip for no obvious reason. Besides the HE itself, I would look for adequate combustion air, and that nothing was causing negative pressure that would pull the flames out. Larry
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