11:50AM | 05/21/07
Member Since: 05/20/07
1 lifetime posts
I'm trying to find out anything about a gas furnace I won in a contest.(I entered an oldest furnace contest with the old Holland Gas Furnace in my basement, I found documents dating back to at least 1926) I received an ICECO Weatherking 80PJ Series, it's 80% Upflow/Horizontal, and Downflow Induced Draft Gas Furnace.After searching the web, calling local heating businesses and not finding anything, I decided to call the company I won it from to find out it's value. I didn't identify myself as their recent winner, and asked them if they sold or knew of the ICECO company. To my great surprize they said "NO" !!! So you can see why I'm a bit worried and confused. I'm not sure why they would fib to me like that? Is there something bad or dangerous about them? I figured out how to find info about the value, I remembered the documents and installation instructions I got with it had an address and phone number. But clearly they aren't going to tell me anything bad about their own company !!! So, if anyone out there in heater forum land has any info or maybe point me in the right direction to find out about my unit, I would really appreciate their input !!!

Thanks So Much,

LuLu The Hillbilly


08:15AM | 10/27/07
Member Since: 01/01/07
2 lifetime posts
I got mine because I qualified for a free furnace replacement. The thing is NOISY! Please post anything you find out about the company and the furnace. Thank you.


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