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Make sure you have a clean filter and the blower assymbly is clean. If there is too much torque on the motor, it can cause noise issues.

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I have installed a ton of Kelvinator furnaces. I have NEVER heard a loud one. The installer should cooperate. Call your building inspector. I bet this guy did not even pull a permit. If it is the burners that are loud then have your gas pressure checked in the furnace. Do you have a noisy induced draft motor. If so replace it.... you are under warranty.
Start calling your installer every night at 3 am. Call him every time you walk by a phone. He will get the hint. You need to as loud to him, as your furnace is to you.
Call Kelvinator... you can get the number on line. tell them about your problem they do not want bad advertisement. they will find someone to solve your problem.
Good luck....

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