04:27AM | 10/20/05
Member Since: 10/18/05
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Does anyone know about the Thermal Zone furnaces? Where they came from, who sold them, were they bought out? Were they any good. Are they still in existence?


06:34PM | 10/20/05
Member Since: 04/25/05
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01:53PM | 11/14/05
Member Since: 11/13/05
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A conpany called Pameco had them made.

They are the same as Fridgadare Maytag and other names .

Go to and any of the dealers should be able to get parts.

A new version is comming but will not be made by Nordyne.

It was a good furnace I sold it for 4 years


03:12AM | 11/15/05
Member Since: 10/18/05
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Thanks for the info. I did a lot of research on the internet, and saw the decline and demise of the company. Seems like a very sturdy and solid unit. Your info about Maytag/Frigidaire was nes to me. I'll file that away in my database. Thanks again.



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