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    Default Appliance connector inside furnace cabinet

    I have already recommended a heating contractor due to other issues, but have never run into this. Is it OK to have the flex connector inside the furnace cabinet? I know the connector shouldn't pass through the cabinet side. This doesn't look like a good idea as the burners are close.
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    Default Re: Appliance connector inside furnace cabinet

    Hmmm, no opinions? That's a first.


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    Default Re: Appliance connector inside furnace cabinet

    I am pretty sure that they cannot be installed in a concealed location and although easily accessible, when the furnace front is installed it would be concealed.

    Galen L. Beasley
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    Default Re: Appliance connector inside furnace cabinet

    hopefully they installed sediment trap.


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    Default Re: Appliance connector inside furnace cabinet

    Quote Originally Posted by Benjamin Thompson View Post
    I have already recommended a heating contractor due to other issues, but have never run into this. Is it OK to have the flex connector inside the furnace cabinet? I know the connector shouldn't pass through the cabinet side. This doesn't look like a good idea as the burners are close.
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    No issue.

    Jim Luttrall
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