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BV000257

12:44AM | 01/28/13
I have dual blowers on my gas fired shop heater. I would blow one leg fuse of the power. The belt would squeek on initial start up. I changed the belt and it and the squek is gone. The belt has proper tension on it/. But it is loud or bangs when the fan motor starts. If I take the belt off, the motor is whisper quiet. Could I have bad bearings on the blowers? When I spin them by hand, they spin freely. I am going to drop back and

BV000304

05:25AM | 02/02/13
I just had a tech clean the air tubes going across the gas burners but loud boom stopped and has now returned.Lasted about a week..also the tech showed me a rather large hole in the firewall of the gas furnace.I have an American Standard GPH Hydronic Gas Furnace GPH 100.Any Ideas why the problem keeps happening?Oh,and I also noticed a crack and a small hole just above the exhaust pipe going into the chimney,could this be part of the cause? Anybody know? Thanks!

BV000347

08:39PM | 02/08/13
if this bang noise is air intake, that is one thing, but thebank is a crack in the wall, wouldn't your carbon detector being going off!? both could be bad! just wondering, I have a 25yr old gas furnace in a mobile home

BV000347

10:54PM | 02/08/13
sorry for the type~o

if this bang noise is air intake, that is one thing, but the bang is a crack in the wall, wouldn't your carbon detector being going off!? both could be bad! just wondering, I have a 25yr old gas furnace in a mobile home

BV000662

02:30AM | 03/24/13
Mine does it to and scares the s!;t out of me it is freaky it makess me think someone is in my house it makes the floors creak like someone is walking around in my house I hate it and I have had two gas leaks before I hope there is no gas leak.
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