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Old 10-23-2012, 09:20 PM   #1
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OK, first time asking ,
90% furnace one story home exhaust[plastic] runs out of furnace down to crawspace [under floor and furnace] and out side of home.
we good with this or would there be a back pressure?
no manufacturer instuctions, Thanks

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OK, first time asking ,
90% furnace one story home exhaust[plastic] runs out of furnace down to crawspace [under floor and furnace] and out side of home.
we good with this or would there be a back pressure?
no manufacturer instuctions, Thanks
what brand of furnace....few can be vented down.....

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can you get us a picture of this gem....
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Thanks for the reply's, no picture and will ask about brand name, I got a phone call about this and I'm just trying to put facts to it, i'm looking for a book with some help, National fuel gas. has exit terminals of mechanical draft/direct vent , 12 inch minimum,from grade, thats all I can find at this time, THANKS AGAIN
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Trane allows the vent to run down. Has special instructions for it. But only applies to Trane. Other brands may not have approval.
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sorry no picture or brand name ,

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