Originally Posted by WolfWhistle
Hey NS. Glad your doing OK and thanks for the info. Can you explain how you reversed the heater air flow. Thanks.
Did not reverse the air flow at all . using the heater in a way it was designed to be used . when you pull the cover off the furnace from the inside you will see that it's there to block the air flow and force it into the ducts on either side . i just removed the ducts and blocked the duct openings , this is the way it comes from the factory . the furnace can be used with the duct openings on either side or leave the duct covers in place and the front cover off and all the hot air comes straight out (the new louvered cover) sealing the front of the furnace and space between the cabinets so no hot air can go anywhere but out the front , leaving the duct work and vents in the unit intact but not connected to the furnace they act like cold air returns.(feeding the furnace the return air
the furnace draws in the cold air from the back side of the furnace cabinet .
the screened cover that comes stock used to allow the cold air in . When set up like this the cold air runs over the duct work causing more inefficiency in the way FR has it set up . they could use a good HVAC guy to show them how to set up the heating systems and cooling as well . since I've done this type work for the last 25 yrs or so I know I have a better understanding of this then FR does .