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  1. #1
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    Default Furnace Installation

    I hope the sump pump and sewage ejector pump don't need to be serviced or changed any time soon.

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    Yeah, I come across those from time to time around here as well. Those tend to be long reports since the rest of the house is also screwed up. Had one a couple years ago where the ejector pit was right in front of the main panel. You either had to stand on the pit or be Mr. Stretch.
    Obviously no one with a brain is paying attention on those jobsites.

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    Default Re: Furnace Installation

    Looks like an unsealed opening in the sewage ejector vent line.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Raymond Wand View Post
    Looks like an unsealed opening in the sewage ejector vent line.
    You are correct. Another of many noted issues in that utility closet.

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    Default Re: Furnace Installation

    A licensed HVAC tech put that furnace in and some city inspector signed off on it.......who says licensing improves professionalism.........

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    Default Re: Furnace Installation

    Quote Originally Posted by Nick Ostrowski View Post
    I hope the sump pump and sewage ejector pump don't need to be serviced or changed any time soon.
    Did it have any "Passed" inspection stickers from the local authority?


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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Goeken View Post
    Did it have any "Passed" inspection stickers from the local authority?
    Non that I noticed but I wasn't looking for them either.

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