Question about Filter Heating & Cooling
Furnace + bad smell = possible danger.
While a smell could be caused by one of the heating pipes passing through an area of damp, rot or where certain wildlife goes to die, it is possible a fault with the combustion, the flue or simply insufficient ventilation.
Best not to take chances as some furnace or flue faults can be life-endangering so call a qualified heating engineer at your earliest opportunity.
Posted on Dec 28, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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