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hi i am dan, i can help- you with this. i have worked on thousands of mobile homes and this problem is one i see fairly often. there are really only 2 things that cause it. first would be if the blower has alot of dust built up on it and not circulating enough air. but the second and more likely is that the ductwork has some holes is it or is falling apart and all the heat is going under the home. i would recommend having the problem investigated before replacing the furnace as replacing the furnace may not solve the problem. if you have any more questions please let me know. if not i would appreciate it if you could rate me on my service here today by selecting one of the 5 stars or smiley faces. thank you
do you know the manufacturer of the home? most of them use very cheap ductwork. you may get good airflow but not alot of heat. i can not be sure that that is the problem as i can not see what is going on with it. i would just recommend to have the problem diagnosed before replacing the furnace and then you might have the same problem.
ok and when did this problem first start
ok i would still say the most likely problem is with the ductwork. i have even seen this problem on brand new homes. everything you have described so far seems to confirm that the furnace is working properly and if it were me i would have someone come out to test the furnace to be sure and inspect all the ductwork. if you have any more questions please let me know. if not i would appreciate it if you could rate me on my service by selecting one of the 5 stars and thank you for using just answer.