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I have excessive expansion noise in mt wall heater, how do i fix it?

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Here is an old school trick. As long as the heat exchanger is in good shape, get a hammer and put a dent or two in the heat exchanger and it will quiet it down considerable.

Posted on Feb 06, 2010

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