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Old 05-19-2011, 08:22 PM   #1
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Sound proofing safety in living room


I have a Carrier Infinity heater/air conditioner. It's great! Unfortunately, it's behind a wall in our living room, and we have very light louvred doors that separate it from the living room. Every time it turns on, I can hardly hear myself think.

Can I put Corning 703 insulation over the slats in the doors to cut down on the noise? Or will doing that overheat the unit and possibly cause a fire? Will the insulation even do anything for the noise?

Your help is GREATLY appreciated,

On The Verge in Virginia

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