I have been told by a heating company that the housing on the furnance was cracked and unless I replaced the entire housing and motor compressed gas is leaking into the house. They also said that the old housings were made a plastics and the new ones are made of aluminum and this problem will not reoccur
Is this true?
I BELIEVE YOU HAVE AN OLDER MID 90'S MODEL GNI FURNACE. IF THIS IS TRUE THE HOUSING ON THE INDUCER WOULD CRACK EVER SO SLIGHTLY. FLUE GASES IN THEORY COULD LEAK INTO YOUR HOME. IF YOU DO NOT WANT TO REPLACE THE WHOLE ASSEMBLY TAKE SOME HIGH TEMP SILICONE AND APPLY OVER THE CRACK AND WHOALLA SOLVED