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Old 01-16-2011, 09:27 PM   #16
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Inducer Motor doesn't shut off, why?


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That's the point of the forums, helping folks to safely diagnose and repair equiptment. Keep in mind the limit was jumpered before asking questions so without a site like this it would likely still be in place.
could not agree more this guy got great advise from this site and will probably have fixed his own furnace and do it in a manner that will be safe.

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Old 01-17-2011, 05:31 AM   #17
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That's the point of the forums, helping folks to safely diagnose and repair equiptment. Keep in mind the limit was jumpered before asking questions so without a site like this it would likely still be in place.
Bad choice of words on my part. What scares me is reading about what people do attempting to repair something which is potentially lethal when they have little to no knowledge about the subject. I think it is wonderful that the pros freely give so much of their time so that DIYer's don't get themselves and their families fried. I have received some great help on this forum. However, sometimes the best recommendation is to call a pro.

Imagine this post to a DIY Medical forum: Hi. My wife fell down the stairs and hit her head on the concrete floor. She had a terrible headache so I assumed there must be fluid accumulating in her skull putting pressure on her brain. I managed to get a drain hole drilled into her skull but I hit an artery and now have excessive bleeding. Can anyone out there tell me the next step? I was very sure that it was impossible to hit an artery with a cordless drill if you were using a brand new bit. Am I wrong about that? Thanks a bunch for your help!


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