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Since installation(8yrs ago) our Goodman system make a lot of air flow noise. The installer said it was due to the metal duct work that was installed. I'm tired or turning up the tv and being awakened by the air flow noise and want it corrected. How can this be done?
Depends if your main trunk line and your return duct are insulated on the inside or outside,if it is not on the inside then that would sound like a heavy rain every time it comes on.
Posted on Dec 03, 2012
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
Go down to where the ducts come out of the furnace. Identify the line you want to install damper. Open duct and drill two holes directly across from each other. Take your damper and undo the nut and washer on the one end and install in the holes you just drilled. Reattach the washer and nut and now re connect the duct seal it with duct tape and you will be good to go.
If you have 6 inch ducts get a 6 inch damper. But be sure to do everything at the beginning on the duct as to divert air to other ducts.
I have to tell you that changing your air flow could develop problems if you do very many ducts. So be very aware of what you doing. All systems are put in with air flow in mind.
Posted on May 04, 2009
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