The Dealerships Claim Excess Oil From K&n Filters Is To Blame.

Warm air exits at the top and is replaced by cold air from the bottom. You want to slow the process as much as you can. One possible surprise: Electric outlets and switches can be sources of air leaks. Solution: Insulate them. A video at the Alliance to Save Energy tells how. The real problem comes from the holes in the walls behind your outlets base plates, says the video. First, turn off the power at the circuit breaker box so you dont get a shock.

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