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Old 03-23-2006, 10:09 AM   #15
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One comment here has me confused (I'm a newbie). The comment read "Remember to open windows when you use your furnace for the first time and for that matter when you use your heat strip also, the oil will burn off".

Somebody, please, tell me... what the heck is a heat strip??


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A heat strip is placed within your AC to take off the chill in your MH if so equip. If you want them they can be added on the AC. The blowers in AC push out the heat. "007"

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