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I live in canada and when my furnace comes on the burners are so loud but there is something you can take out of the burners

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Hi, if the burners are loud when it fires up, it sounds as though the gas pressure is not set properly at the inlet and outlet side, to much gas. Call out you local gas company and tell them you think you smell gas. This will get them rolling. Even if you don't, they will come out and check the inlet and manifold pressures as well as a gas leak even though you don't have one. It takes a special gauge to set the pressures and just bring this up to them after they soap it up for leaks. This is free of charge to you. I have had many customers do this. That's the problem, to much gas will cause it to be very loud. Let me know the out come on this and please rate me and be kind as I know you will. You need to get them out any way as to high of pressure can be dangerous.
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A/C, Heating, & Refrigeration Contractor

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