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deceased furnace

Posted by Bug_Girl_MI (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 15, 04 at 8:40

my furnace is dead, and because it is over 30 yrs old, looks like the whole thing, including new stack will need to be replaced. anyone have any advice on propane furnaces? brands, things to watch out for, etc?
thanks :(


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RE: deceased furnace

I would suggest posting at the heating and a/c forum at garden web (see link below.) lots of knowledgeable folks over there who will be able to offer an opinion.

Abby

Here is a link that might be useful: Heating and Air Conditioning


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RE: deceased furnace

i actually did post over there. they are giving me techincal specs, and i was hoping for more "i wish i knew then what i know now about the whole process" from non-technical folks over here :)


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RE: deceased furnace

sorry! I thought someone over there could steer you in the right directions as far as brands etc. I'm with you, I don't want technicalities, just tell me what to (or not) buy.

Abby


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RE: deceased furnace

Repost "over there", and ask a specific question. The disaster will be all the expense and getting rid of the old one.


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