Heater communication (???)

jmb2560June 13, 2011

I recently bought a house with an old furnace (mid seventies). PG&E told us that we have to hazard and disconnected the "communication between combustion air and circulated air". They requested to "rebuild the communication".

It's finally summertime in California and we have some time to fix this before winter but... Does that make sense to anyone?

Thanks in advance for your help.

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tigerdunes

Was the furnace disconnected, or gas was shut off to furnace?

You should call dealer and ask for a detailed explanation.

BTW, do you have AC and is it working?

Post back and let us know what they said.

IMO

    Bookmark   June 14, 2011 at 8:44AM
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