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SOURCE: overheating and has "hot glue gun" smell

If the furnace is overheating you are smelling the insulation and the adhesive glue burning. Shut the furnace down and find out why it is overheating. Make sure the filters are clean. Check the blower motor and capacitor.
Good luck.....

Posted on Apr 14, 2009

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