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(medium setting on a gas heater dial), To reduce air leakage under exterior doors, buy an inexpensive door Clean or Replace Your Furnace Filter. All forced air furnaces have filters that keep dust and dirt from blowing into your
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AIR CONDITIONER/HEAT PUMP INSTALLATION INSTRUCTIONS & OWNER • Dead spots behind doors, in corners or under cabinets • Hot or cold drafts from air ducts • Radiant heat from the sun, appliances, or fireplaces • Concealed pipes and chimneys
(if the heat exchanger on your furnace breaks, for example), air conditioners, fresh air returns, or open windows. Blowing air may prevent CO from reaching the sensors. • In direct sunlight. • This CO Alarm is designed for use inside a (cold/humid air with extended periods
Combustion air, gas burners, refractory/fire pot, flame patterns, gas valves, warm or too cold, the condenser fan, undersized blower or motor, duct system considerations, honeycombing, sills and gaps under sills, inspection of the beams, supporting masonry walls,
Green-It-Yourself: Smart Ideas Improvement. 2 3 Anytime your furnace or air conditioner is running, it’s using energy and costing of gas. Shade your air conditioner. Fact: Color affects energy use too, a white wall reflects 80% of the
MODEL SCO1N—User’s Manual Smoke and Carbon Monoxide Alarm M06-1043-001 10/99 Y VICE SMOKE CO Blowing air may prevent CO or smoke from reaching the sensors. Continued on next page (cold/humid air with extended periods between cycles).
(6 meters) away from the furnace or fuel burning heat source. Blowing air may prevent CO from reaching the sensors. • Outside the Mobile Home. • In direct sunlight. (cold/humid air with extended periods between cycles).
Forced air furnace. Most heaters are set at 140°F, and this high setting is only needed if you have a dishwasher without a booster heater vents and air intakes on gas models, and thermostat access panels on electric heaters