Noisy Combustion Fan

Noisy Combustion Fan

PostBy: etned On: Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:12 pm

I am sure this might have been dealt with in other areas of this forum but I have to ask. I have recently purchased and installed a Pocono rear vent. It seems to be working extremely well with the exception that the combustion blower seems awfully noisy and the motor housing itself is quite hot to the touch. I tried snugging up the mounting bolts a bit and checked the housing screws and they all seem to be fine. I also put a few drops of 3-n-1 oil in the lube hole but its still pretty noisy. I might be being a little picky but it is rather annoying. The unit is in my basement but can still hear that blower motor running upstairs. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks
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Re: Noisy Combustion Fan

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Sun Oct 16, 2011 2:33 pm

etned wrote:I am sure this might have been dealt with in other areas of this forum but I have to ask. I have recently purchased and installed a Pocono rear vent. It seems to be working extremely well with the exception that the combustion blower seems awfully noisy and the motor housing itself is quite hot to the touch. I tried snugging up the mounting bolts a bit and checked the housing screws and they all seem to be fine. I also put a few drops of 3-n-1 oil in the lube hole but its still pretty noisy. I might be being a little picky but it is rather annoying. The unit is in my basement but can still hear that blower motor running upstairs. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks



Give us a call at the shop.570-752-1811 The glass gasket can be installed at the mounting flange of the blower. Helps a lot. Dave
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Re: Noisy Combustion Fan

PostBy: Darren L On: Wed Nov 02, 2011 5:54 pm

the samething with my new Pioneer how about a rubber washers or gasket, bye the way we love the nice even heat,
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Re: Noisy Combustion Fan

PostBy: Flyer5 On: Thu Nov 03, 2011 9:21 pm

etned wrote:I am sure this might have been dealt with in other areas of this forum but I have to ask. I have recently purchased and installed a Pocono rear vent. It seems to be working extremely well with the exception that the combustion blower seems awfully noisy and the motor housing itself is quite hot to the touch. I tried snugging up the mounting bolts a bit and checked the housing screws and they all seem to be fine. I also put a few drops of 3-n-1 oil in the lube hole but its still pretty noisy. I might be being a little picky but it is rather annoying. The unit is in my basement but can still hear that blower motor running upstairs. Any ideas would be appreciated. Thanks



BTW 3 & 1 Oil is not recommended. Use a light weight motor oil like 5-30 .
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