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Old 05-26-2018, 03:16 PM   #1
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Using IR Temp sensor to test basement air ducting

Hi,

A while back I was advised to run an IR temp sensor over the end cap of my coach.

During the PDI I did this but it was only in the 50's.

As its 80f today and have the air con running so would like to test it.

How would I know if the duct work is leaking?

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the difference in a leaking duct will be air volume and pressure not temp.
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Thanks,

The air in the coach is blowing better than on my house:-)
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