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Wayne Wildermuth
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Boy this could really be dangerous. The pressures over the heat exchanger under normal load is higher than that on the inside. Any cracks usaully let air into the exchanger. Under this situation this fan is actualy causing this now to be a low pressure area. Any cracks now are definetly going to emit combustion by products.

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