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Worn gasket behind inducer motor
The rubber gasket behind the draft inducer motor on one of our American Standard high efficiency condensing gas furnaces appears to be mostly corroded.
I have read elsewhere the suggestion to replace it with a silicon bead.
-- Is that considered good (and safe) practice or is that more of a "hack" type repair?
-- Would something like GE Silicon II caulk be appropriate or is there a special silicon engineered for this application?
Thanks for the help!