I have a squealing noise in my furnace.
I think it is the induction fan. It's the first motor or fan that comes on. My dilema is that the induction fan is connected to the duct work. The furnace is only 3 years old. How do you remove it and replace it? I can get the motor I have a current gas license.
by Tatum505 4 years ago
My inducer motor to my furnace is squealing. I need to know how to replace it.I need to know how to replace it. The furnace is 3 years old. How can I replace it. It's incased.
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