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Fire and Smoke Damper Inspection Requirements Pursuant to NFPA 80, 90, and 105, fire and smoke damper installations are required to comply with these codes and these dampers require periodic inspection afterwards. Dampers that are found in disrepair are required to be repaired immediately. Records of installation, testing, and maintenance are to be kept by the property own …
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With 50% of homes in the United States relying on a furnace to warm their homes, we believe it's important to know as you can. Repairing an appliance can be expensive and time consuming, so we’ve decided to share with you the Parts of an 80% Furnace. Understanding how the parts of a furnace and how they work together can help you troubleshoot your issue.Source: U.S. Energy Info …
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We walk you through the steps to replace a failing furnace flame sensor. This is one of the easiest furnace repairs, and one of the most common problems on gas furnaces. With a few simple tools, you can take charge and get your furnace in working order again.1. Disconnect the FurnaceShut off power at the power switch and close gas valve.2. If Furnace Has Been Running, Allow …
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