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Old 11-13-2014, 07:05 PM   #1
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Unhappy Furnace Question

We purchased a 2014 38 RL in April, live in TX, and this is first time to use the gas furnace. Furnace ignited fine, 2 floor vents in living area blow warm air, the floor vent in Bedroom has no air coming out. Any Suggestion before calling dealer for service?
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Old 11-13-2014, 07:15 PM   #2
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Some were having troubles with the flexible duct work coming loose. Take down the service wall in the basement (about 12 screws) and you'll be able to get the duct work. Easy fix
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I will try that, Thanks!!!!
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We purchased a 2014 38 RL in April, live in TX, and this is first time to use the gas furnace. Furnace ignited fine, 2 floor vents in living area blow warm air, the floor vent in Bedroom has no air coming out. Any Suggestion before calling dealer for service?
Dave is right, that's probably exactly what has happened. I found mine to be taped with aluminum tape and the tape had come loose. Very cheap connection. Once I screwed the duct back up to the floor and re-taped, everything is fine.
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When you take the panel off, use heavy duty velcro to put it back together. No doubt you will be in there again. Also, when I first removed mine, I found that all of the threaded hose connections needed to be tightened, although they were not leaking.
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When you take the panel off, use heavy duty velcro to put it back together. No doubt you will be in there again. Also, when I first removed mine, I found that all of the threaded hose connections needed to be tightened, although they were not leaking.
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