How to Adjust Dampers?

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There is a handle inside of the fireplace opening which allows you to pull the damper open or closed. Since it it hard to remember whether it is open or closed, it is wise to have a sign that you can hang on the fireplace telling you either 'open' or 'closed'.
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It isn't very hard at all to adjust heating duct dampers. You should start by trying to find the volume dampers, which are located in the heating run. You can find out more information here: www.ehow.com
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1. Put a thermometer in each room where the ducts lead. You need to determine which rooms need more air from the ducts and which need less. 2. Review the temperatures from the thermometers
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To elaborate on Harshal's answer below: The variation of the magnetic field causes the flow properties of the magnetorheological fluid to be affected. This in turn affects the damping
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You close the damper when you are not using the fireplace too keep air from coming. in and to keep the air from being sucked out. This is most important in the winter. You don't want
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Adjustable dampers are dampers the setup of which can be changed. Sometimes, height adjustable dampers are referred to as adjustable, when in fact only the ride height can be adjusted
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