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    Heat duct in garage of cyclone 4114

    Anyone have a cyclone 4114 and know if and where the heating duct is located in the garage of this model? Does it stay warm back there?

    thank you in advance for any replies

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    Senior Member Mizmary's Avatar
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    Re: Heat duct in garage of cyclone 4114

    We have a 4100. It's near the floor on the wall next to the door. It does not put out much heat because it's the furthest from the furnace. A small space heater does the trick though.

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    Re: Heat duct in garage of cyclone 4114

    Yes... the one small duct is inadequate to heat the garage on my TH and using a space heater is a must in the fall and winter. When shopping for a space heater try to find one with a long enough cord to plug into the outlets which are normally high up in a TH garage. That way you can place the heater on the floor and don't need to use an extension cord or set it up on something to reach.

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