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Neighbor behind us has a Lennox Pulse hot air furnace. Very loud annoying low frequency sound coming from the intake pipe out the back of her house, towards us. I mean it is just horrendous, it's everywhere. Unstopped by two wooden fences, the noise comes right through, makes our back yard unihabitable, and has even started to wake us up at all hours. After waiting a long time and also noticing the thing seems to be getting louder I finally told her about it she had some guys come out - the local so-called professionals, and they told her nothing can be done about it and left. I have learned a little about the Pulse and tell her it can probably be quieted down, she just needs to have the right guys come out and work on it - good guys, not the ones she called out earlier. This Pulse has not received any Lennox authorized service since before she moved there in 1995, if ever. She keeps coming back to me saying those guys she had come out (the ones that saw it was a Pulse and ran away) told her nothing can be done. I'm getting tired of this, and yes I am aware that it is not only a furnace problem, it's also an ignorant neighbor problem. Once again the symptoms are: it is VERY loud, and has gotten louder over the last couple of years. Sound is from the intake pipe, elbow down. It sputters also. WOULD THERE BE ANY HARM IN ME CHANGING THE INTAKE AIR FLAPPER.? And would this possibly help? Seems simple and inexpensive and don't worry I am 100% competent. She would probably let me work on it, though I don't need to be doing this crap. I am desparate and at the end of my rope, this is affecting my health. You ought to hear this thing come on at 3 in the morning on a cold, still night. You ought to hear it. After this it's complain to the city. After that maybe a lawyer, or possible I can make some noise of my own at 3 AM. I have learned more about this stupid Pulse furnace than I ever wanted to know. Should I go ahead and change that intake flapper valve first? Would that quiet it down? I would not touch anything else.