Topic: Re: Furnace burner blowing back ?????
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I've sold and serviced Bryants for years, with it being on propane, the burners may need changed. The propane we buy today has alot more moisture and inert matter in it than it used to, causing rapid deterioration of the burners. If not replaced the burners will continue to get worse as far as burning dirty and sooting up. This soot will plug up the secondary heat exchanger as well as the primary. You can check the exhaust pipe outside to see if there is any soot on the inside of the pipe, if there is you may have big problems already. If the secondary heat exchanger is sooted up already, you cant clean it, it will need to be replaced. If its not covered under the warranty, dealer cost is between $750 and $1000. Sorry all doom and gloom, you better get a tech out there to check it out.
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