Airtemp 42124401421 gas furnace motor noise
Posted 21 October 2006 - 06:08 AM
First, is there anything I can investigate further or try myself in hopes of reducing the likelihood of a potential repair call this winter?
Second, if the motor does go or should be replaced now, is this something I could do myself?
Third, this furnace is more than 25 years old. It has proved reliable through that time with minimal service costs, mostly cleaning. Given the age and probable low efficiency of the furnace, is it more cost-effective to replace it? Money is tight right
now so that is a factor in balancing the limp along vs replace equation. On the other hand, it is an old house and a cold climate and heating per month is high so there clearly could be a substantial payback to greater efficiency.
Posted 01 November 2006 - 12:00 PM
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