CoaLen wrote:We're kinda ganging up on this guy and some are shooting from the hip while doing it, even though with the best of intentions.
I agree the pipe length is excessive and too many bends, but let's make sure we give accurate and necessary advice.
Yes it may appear that we are ganging up a little. But this is some serious "chit" that we are concerned with here.
From the pics posted, it "appears that there is not enough clearance to combustibles.
From the pics posted it appears that there may be gas lines too close to the flue pipe.
From the pics posted it appears that the termination of the flue pipe is sealed with spray foam type sealer.
From the pics posted it appears that there are too many joints and maybe not connected properly.
The original poster stated that he was getting CO readings in his house after a few hours of running. This is nothing to be screwing with. We may be jumping to some conclusions but I think the majority of us are just concerned with his safety and that of his family.
I apologize if I may have jumped on him too hard but I don't want to read his name in the paper.