Question about Heating & Cooling
They said the smell would leave once the silicone sealant cured. They have been back months later ... and still think I do not have a problem. I am a retired HVAC tech .... I know that I have a problem ... I believe it is in the venting, and I am building a plastic tent to try to consentrate it for them ... any thing else?
It depends on what silicone they have used it might not be the correct one for use on venting hence the smell, As you know being a tech heated silicone does smell .
Posted on Dec 17, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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