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Okay guys.. I have tried about everything when installing new exchangers to keep them from smoking up the house...anyone out there have any ideas to minimize this?
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Steve Wiggins said:
Yeah, quit installing York
LOL... nope, almost as bad..goodman...but I did have one commercial carrier that set off the fire alarms and sent all the folks running ...I did give them fair warning but who listens to us ...sheesh
 

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u can TRY wiping off the heat exchanger a little with a rag but that probably wont help too much....it smokes because in the factory pre shipping they coat the heat exchanger with a light oil to keep from corroding/rusting during shipping and sitting in companies warehouses.....just explain this to the customer before you turn it on and its normal and they should open the windows for a few minutes while it runs for a while....
 
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