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Old 01-02-2010, 03:09 AM   #1
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First, happy new year. Last year I had a lot of great helpfrom several of you on how to insulate the Kingston for cold weather again thanks. I thought I had taken care of stopping up all the holes to keep the cold out and any chance of mice getting inbut I was wrong, I had not been in the unit for several days and I found that mice has been in the unit. So I went looking and found here some pipes and electric wires came up from the underbelly at the back of the furnace next to the outside wall, The question is has anyone plugged the holes as it seems very difficult to reach from inside?
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We found that copper pot sratchers stuffed into holes from the outside works well and doesnt rust...
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cowboy_ 71, using the copper pot scratchers may work as I cannot reach all the way into the holes in the floor and in the outside wall. I could push the pot scratchers in with a metal rod and stuff them into the holes with the rod.



The furnace is located below the sink andthe end cover on the furnace has a good amount of very hot air coming outin that area.CR have used electrical tape to wrap the connections, the heatis making the tape soft. Can you suggestanything to wrap over the electrical tapefor protection?
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