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10-12-10, 11:18 AM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Thanks for the info, now according to the service...

Thanks for the info, now according to the service tag this was professionally "cleaned" at the end of every season... I guess a nozzle/filter change is considered a cleaning.
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Posted By linuxrunner78

I had this same problem, I ended up using Juno...

I had this same problem, I ended up using Juno adjustable cans but they were not IC rated since it was just between floors. Here is what I used: J-TC2R 6" REMODEL RECESSED HOUSING ADJUSTABLE...
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Pull straight up and twist it a little if...

Pull straight up and twist it a little if possible, might want to use pliers that fit in the openings. They usually have little tabs that fit tight into small round openings, its probably crusted on...
10-12-10, 10:31 AM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

I'll also add some background, I just bought a...

I'll also add some background, I just bought a house which this furnace. It was installed in 2004, and by the looks of it has never been cleaned. So far I've changed the nozzle, oil filter, air...
10-12-10, 10:25 AM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Sorry, maybe I was not clear, here is a picture...

Sorry, maybe I was not clear, here is a picture of what I'm trying to clean...


http://s1038.photobucket.com/albums/a466/xaap/?action=view&current=Furnace.jpg

Rheem Oil Furnace picture by xaap...
10-11-10, 08:20 PM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

I removed the stack pipe and took off the front...

I removed the stack pipe and took off the front box to clean the furnace, its a rheem classic. The furnace has never been cleaned and has a half inch of soot on everything.
10-11-10, 01:20 PM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Lightbulb Proper cleaning tools for cleaning secondary heat exchanger

Looking for a some details on the proper cleaning tools for a Rheem classic upflow warm air furnace. My goal is to clean the secondary heat exchanger, I'm looking for a place online or a brick...
02-26-10, 02:43 PM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Lightbulb Pics are here: Index of /plumbing...

Pics are here: Index of /plumbing (http://xaap.org/plumbing/)

Index of /plumbing (http://xaap.org/plumbing/)

hope this works!


Thanks,
-Adam
02-26-10, 01:34 PM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

While I'm doing this, should I upgrade the washer...

While I'm doing this, should I upgrade the washer standpipe to 2 inches? There is a hub that goes into the slab, can I remove this and get a 2 inch one and replicate what is there? Its the drain...
02-26-10, 11:30 AM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Here are some pics to better explain, I think I...

Here are some pics to better explain, I think I would need a double sanitary T with the Ts 90 opposed.

http://xaap.org/plumbing/pic1.JPG
http://xaap.org/plumbing/pic2.jpg...
02-26-10, 10:13 AM
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Adding a slop sink

I would like to add a slop sink to my garage, which shares a wall with a bathroom. In the wall about 2 feet from where the slop sink will be there is a copper drain pipe that has a fitting that...
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Thank you! The explanation and wiring diagram are...

Thank you! The explanation and wiring diagram are a huge help, I have one more question now that I have a better understanding of how everything will work. Would it be ok to lower the LO temp...
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Posted By linuxrunner78

Question Indirect water heater install questions

I currently have an oil fired hot water baseboard heating system with two zones. Domestic hot water is provided by a tankless coil in the boiler. I want to change this to an indirect water heater...
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