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Can flexible tubing be inserted through headers into cold

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Can flexible tubing be inserted through headers into cold air returns (between walls) in order to reverse the flow of air from my furnace? Right now the warm air comes in at the ceiling and cold air returns on the floor. I know that's not the best way but that is the way the contractors installed it when I didn't allow for vents under the slab. I have a geothermal unit and plan on replacing the unit in the near future. I'd like to reverse the mistake that was made by using cold air return spaces to put the warm air in, and the ceiling ducts to return the cold air. Is that possible?
Submitted: 1 year ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  BillyHvac replied 1 year ago.

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