Here's an odd question. I need to replace flexible duct lines between an outdoor furnace and indoor ductwork. Pretty simple, but... I need to keep critters out of the lines, and was thinking of wrapping them in hardware cloth. Before I do something like that I wanted to know if there was something like that already premade which would make things a lot easier.
How much heat are we talking about? I would try to use ridged duct and reduce the number of bends as much as possible.
If heat is minimal, try to use ridged duct on the outside near the critters.
When our icemaker is getting ready to fill up, there is a loud buzzing noise, then it stops and the water starts flowing in to the maker. I'm guessing it's a valve somewhere in the back?
Another suggestion is to remove the products near the ice maker and use a hair dryer on low heat near the line (you need to be careful with the heat and melting the plastic). Don't concentrate the heat in one location.
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