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juliedealer

11:46AM | 05/04/04
Member Since: 03/23/04
71 lifetime posts
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The home I'm about to purchase has an Armstrong Ultra SX 80. Is their any website where I can find the furnaces AFUE rating? THe building was constructed in 1994, I'm assuming this is the original furnace.

thanks

Julie

juliedealer

02:25AM | 05/05/04
Member Since: 03/23/04
71 lifetime posts
I found the same link but didn't understand what the "i" stood for.

I've got an energy efficient mortgage, would it benefit me to install a 95% efficiency furnace?

djfatdad

03:47PM | 12/04/05
Member Since: 12/03/05
1 lifetime posts
I was given the above furnace free, never been installed before. I know it's only an 80%, but that's alot better than the 30+ year old furnace my house currently has. I only have 2 problems: 1-there's no manual with the furnace. Does anyone know where I can get one? and 2-I'm no HVAC tech, but this furnace looks to me to be a downdraft model, maybe intended for a single story house, with the ductwork under the floor? My home is a 90yr old 2 story, with an updraft furnace in the basement. Is it worth the trouble to find a conversion kit for the Armstrong furnace? Or should I just sell it and put the money toward a newer furnace that's more in line with what I need?

aalllen

08:26AM | 12/10/07
Member Since: 12/09/07
1 lifetime posts
if you want to sell that I need the one that you have contact me at yprepay@aol.com would like to talk to you .
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