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Well yea the inducer motor can be damanged if for some reason the B-Vent flue is plugged up or is obstructed by something.

Is the unit venting to the outside from the unit, IE can you see vapor on a cold day exit the top?

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thanks for your help. someone doing work on my house - moved the B-vent flue and did not extend it above the roof line (actually only about 3 feet up). due to that the inducer motor was damaged. before "yelling" at the workman I wanted an objective answer.

thanks again.

new carrier furnace owner.

Bjd said:
Well yea the inducer motor can be damanged if for some reason the B-Vent flue is plugged up or is obstructed by something.

Is the unit venting to the outside from the unit, IE can you see vapor on a cold day exit the top?

BJD
 
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