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I did all the above checks on my gas furnace and none solved the issue. Then I blew compressed air through each of the gas venturis (the hourglass shaped tubes that mix the natural gas with the air - flames come out the back). It turns out that over the years that the furnace was in service, the dust build-up in the venturis was enough to affect the gas ...


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is this likely to be a leak? If it has been happening for more than a week and there is no sign of water, like a discoloured or damp patch on the ceiling or wall, then no. is there another explanation? When pipes heat up, they expand, as they expand they rub against the woodwork or other material they are fixed to. Frctional forces cause the pipe ...


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Storage temperature (especially in the low direction) does not matter much; cold would actually be beneficial. If the cans were clean when filled and sealed, the fuel oil may be fine - if it has a biotic slime, it may be practically unusable, or at least require a lot of processing (biocide and filtering) before use. I think @FiascoLabs means (and what I ...



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