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Does a Furnace Need a Cold Air Return?

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Question: Does a Furnace Need a Cold Air Return?
Top Answer (66% of 15 votes): Always.

Answer: Never
Explanation: The coil is always after the furnace, cold air return could damage the heat exchangers.
Answer: Always
Explanation: You can not get any air out of a furnace if you do not supply air to it.
Arizona's Best Heating & AC, Inc.
Answer: Always
Explanation: a return is required
HVAC and More
Answer: Always
Explanation: "COLD AIR" is a outdated term. All forced air systems need return air.
Answer: Always
Explanation: A furnace will only putbout as much air as you pull in through the return air. If a system does not have a return it will only run till it gets hot enough to trip out on the high limit saftry control.
Dr Heat & Cool Comfort Experts
Answer: Always
Explanation: It does not need to be ducted. But it does need to have ail flow through the furnace.
Kohler Heating and Air Conditioning
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