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Old 01-30-2016, 04:58 PM   #1
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Help, no heat getting into bathroom. Tracked ductwork from furnace to under dinette. Good air flow to that point. Picked up ductwork again under shower and no crush or kink. Problem must be under floor between dinette and shower but no access points to check. Anyone have a similar problem or suggestions.
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Help, no heat getting into bathroom. Tracked ductwork from furnace to under dinette. Good air flow to that point. Picked up ductwork again under shower and no crush or kink. Problem must be under floor between dinette and shower but no access points to check. Anyone have a similar problem or suggestions.
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The forced air furnaces have an air distribution box attached with a seperate ducting run from there to each outlet. You have to trace the hose run from the furnace to the outlet. Better yet go backward with the trace so you know you are following the correct duct hose. Usually they are kinked.
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Thanks Harry B, traced hose to point that it goes under floor. About 4ft it then comes out under shower and all looks good to vent. Switched hoses at distribution box and have good air flow to vent under dinette so not a problem with dist. Box. Must be under floor and no access. Crushed or not connected.
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