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Payne furnace as residential unit-not

Posted by Bob Cardwell on March 27th, 2003 06:30 AM
In reply to Payne Furnance by Mary on March 23rd, 2003 08:24 PM [Go to top of thread]

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After purchasing a Payne furnace for my home I am extreemly dissatisfied with the 'manner' of it's operation. Don't get me wrong. At this time I do not feel that it is a poor product, just that after seeing the furnace company where I work put the identical furnace in the industrial unit as is in my house - the light came on. This is a great unit for commercial applications. The reason for that, and also the main problem for me, is that it REALLY puts out the air. Consequently I have a wind tunnel in my bedroom and the return air vent in the living room is so loud that I have to sit with the remote control in my hand to turn up the sound when the furnace comes on.
Unfortunatly unless someone out there has a solution for this, I will be buying some other kind of furnace for next winter. Anyone want a slightly used Payne?

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