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Question DetailsAsked on 10/18/2017

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what is the cost of replacing a circulation gasket on my air-forced gas heater?

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Afraid I don't know, or find any reference, to a "circulation gasket" - so you might have to clarify what part you are talking about. If you mean the sealing gaskets at the heat exchanger, probably about $25-40 for the part and $150-250 labor to change it, depending on whether your heat exchanger is easy to remove, or one of those you have to half take the furnace apart to get to. Some it is a 5 minute job to replace the lower gasket - just unbolt it, lift the heat exchanger up a fraction of an inch and remove the old gasket, slip new one in and seat on the sealing lip, and lower the exhanger back down.

Oh - BTW - so te4chs know what you are talking about - it is called a gas-fired forced-air furnace by most people, not "air forced gas heater".

Answered 1 year ago by LCD




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