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can anyone answer this?

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07-02-2003 11:22 PM
on the furnace that comes with ABS... if I need to connect a return duct onto the side of it... am i supposed to somehow add a point for the duct to connect, or am I supposed to connect to the duct connector on the bottom of it? -- feeling a little dumb right about now. -- bil (with one L)
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Re: can anyone answer this?

07-02-2003 11:34 PM in reply to: bil-with-one-L
The furnace has connections on the top & bottom. If you need a side connection then you need to create a new Mvpart.
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07-02-2003 11:54 PM in reply to: bil-with-one-L
Jody,

i knew that you were going to answer this (what with Autodesk on vacation this week and probably half the working world too, right) and I knew that was going to be the answer... but I secretly hoped that someone was going to point out an easier option... okay... time to learn a new task. -- thanks Jody. -- Bil
*Popiel, Slawomir
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07-03-2003 09:28 AM in reply to: bil-with-one-L
You may edit existing part and add new
connection.

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The
furnace has connections on the top & bottom. If you need a side connection
then you need to create a new Mvpart.

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