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Longwood furnace part

Posted by normano (My Page) on
Mon, Nov 27, 06 at 1:48

I manufacture and sell the damper door replacement motor operator for the Longwood Furnace. I manufactured these for Longwood. If you need one call the office at 718 589 6365.


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Looking for a schematic or owner's manual. Do you know where I can find one?

Linda


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We recently purchased a home with a Longwood Dual Duel furnace and happen to have all of the printed material left behind by the former owner. I can see about getting a copy for you if you haven't tracked one down yet.


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I am in need of 1 OF SDF42 DAMPER MOTOR. THIS IS USED ON A LONGWOODMKII. mnlbown@toast.net


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Thanks Nornano for the good an quick service on the damper motor assy. for my Longwood furnace. I will put your # in the furnace manual .
Thank you
Martin Bown


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I am needing a owners manual for my longwood furnance. Can I get a copy? I will pay for it. My email is cowan_trisha@yahoo.com.


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I have a couple copies of the Longwood furnace manual. I could help you out if you still need one.


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I am looking for the door handle for a longwood mark II furnace. Does anyone know where I might be able to find this part? Thanks


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RE: Longwood furnace

I have a good working long wood furnace that I am removing from a house, complete with filter and blower. Also has heat recovery unit on flue to heat garage. If interested email me and make an offer. Located in Tonganoxie, Ks.


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RE: Longwood furnace part

I have a copy of the owners manual if anyone needs it.
jimcootsj@gmail.com


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