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Cleanup Safety Tips for Flooded HVAC Equipment

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HeatingHelp Posts: 437
edited September 2018 in THE MAIN WALL
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Cleanup Safety Tips for Flooded HVAC Equipment

DO NOT attempt to relight ANY combustion equipment that has been flooded. That includes water heaters, furnaces, boilers, pool heaters, gas fireplace inserts, dryers and any other gas or oil-fired equipment. Fire, explosion or other additional property damage can occur. Fresh or salt water makes NO difference. The units MUST be replaced*.

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  • BradHotNCold
    BradHotNCold Member Posts: 45
    Good Public Service Announcement! Be safe everyone...
  • Erin Holohan Haskell
    Erin Holohan Haskell Member, Moderator, Administrator Posts: 1,627
    Our hearts go out to those impacted by Hurricane Ida. Here is some timely advice. Stay safe!
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  • retiredguy
    retiredguy Member Posts: 445
    There was a high school in the Pittsburgh, Pa. public school system that was was the recipient of 25 feet of raw sewage that came up the floor drains during a building renovation project. A contractor made a huge mistake when he accessed and blocked an old brick lined sewer system that ran under the building. The sewage in that line filled the boiler room completely covering the old fire tube boilers and the newly installed North American gas/oil burners. What a stinky and costly mess.
  • JakeCK
    JakeCK Member Posts: 221
    A lot of you in the NYC area are going to be real busy over the next few months. If you can even be busier then you already are.