Selling a 2006 Duct Blaster system - Only used 4 times in 6 years.  

This link has the details...

http://www.energyconservatory.com/products/duct-blaster%C2%AE-syste... 

Does not include a spare Manometer. Price $650 complete

Also Selling TIF-8800A Gas Leak Detector 

Its about 5 years old and includes a new sensor head which I recently bought for $35 but never installed. 

Includes AC re-charger - $70 

Link: http://www.tif.com/products/combustible_gas_detector_TIF8800A 

- No Shipping - Local In Person Only - Anywhere in lower NY or Tri-state area including NJ and CT. 

Email - HomeDocNY@Yahoo.com 

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