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Old 01-29-2011, 09:33 AM   #16
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Nice and civil debate. Very instructive. My furnace does sit on a concrete slab (basement floor).

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i have the 2006 book in front of me and there is no 603.1.1 only a 603.1 and does not have the section listed Vibration isolators

this code states "When equipment is supported by a concrete floor slab" So not all furnaces are required to utilize flex air connectors.

I don't have my book handy. I will look it up later.

Maybe your copy came out before all approvals were done/made. Since your missing some of 603, although that is suppose to happen. They do from time to time, make changes and add sections.
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Nice and civil debate. Very instructive. My furnace does sit on a concrete slab (basement floor).

Many of us can disagree with each other. And still respect each other, and be civil/cordial.

hvactech126 is no slouch. He's pretty much on the ball with everything he post. And yes, I believe he is incorrect in this case. Of course, it could be that I am wrong.

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