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    Furnace Heat Exchanger Safety

    What is a heat exchanger?
    The heat exchanger is the metal wall or tubing that is heated up when the burners are ignited. The inside of the heat exchanger allows the toxic flue gases produced from the burners to exhaust out through the furnace flue. The outside of the heat exchanger is where the cold air passes over, becomes warmed, and is blown throughout the ductwork of the home. The heat exchanger is the only wall separating the toxic flue gases from the supply air. If a crack develops in the heat exchanger, there is a potential for carbon monoxide gas to leak over to the supply side and be blown throughout your rooms. Carbon monoxide gas is odorless. The human senses will not detect its presence. However, there are signs. Light-headedness, nausea, and flue-like symptoms are all signs of CO gas leaking into your home. On an extreme case, if the crack in your furnace is bad enough and the conditions are right, you and your family may enter into a permanent sleep.

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