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A/C duct, damper door question - January 9, 2010, 10:54 AM

Could someone chime in with maybe an answer?

Situation: Furnace on 2nd floor with duct leading to all 3 levels. Well, the damper door for 1st floor has a spring loaded door that I assume is held open with a link/clip so air can flow downstairs right? Some are manual doors. The link/clip seems to be broken thus not allowing air (heat) to go to the vents downstairs. I called Lowe's but doesn't seem they carry that little piece separately...?

I need a new link/clip to secure door open. Any ideas where to get this link?

Do I have to purchase a new damper door? (That would suck.)

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