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Mounting and securing a cased coil on a Goodmam upflow furnace

Hi, how do you secure a cased coil onto Goodman Gmv950704cx furnace ?

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  • 1hotwire Nov 02, 2008

    Hi, I 'm intsalling a Goodman mv950704cx and a cased coil for a 3 ton a/c ssx14 .

    the cased coil sets on top of the furnace, how do you secure it in place ? it looks like wou would just put screws in the side and and run them into the flanges sticking up .



    Do you put cauking around the top of the furnac before setting the cased on it?



    Thanks, 1hotwire

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Yes you use sheet metal screws and than use Foil tape, works better than caulk imho.

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