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I found my furnace not hot enough, and then replaced with a new Lexnnox,, however, I am still feel the air is weak and not hot, just little bit warm, I went to my friendâ??s home, his van is so hot, I have done the vacuum for all vans. And the people who installed the new furnace had come and checked the furnace is working well. Any ideas? thank you so much

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Are all the vents pipes clean , floor vents open and clean is thermostat giving right temp reading (wall thermostat)

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    It might help to have a professional come clean out your furnace. Dirt and dust can build up during the year and your furnace may just need a tune up. Norah Chandler| http://www.willdofurnacecleaning.ca

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