Lennox furnace specs


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Lennox furnace specs

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Hello: Jonathan

Manufacturers web sites do not contain the information your seeking. As you well aware, online web sites contain advertisements to compare models and sell units.

Check with the local heating agents for the brand and also with the local heating and cooling appliance parts dealers in your area.

Refer to the phone directories and yellow pages for agents & dealers.

Several other resident heating and cooling professionals on this type of heating system, replying within this forum, could have additional helpful information, suggestions, advice. Check back on your question several times for additional replies.
 
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I have some limited specs, but that Mod# does not look right. Is this a gas furnace?
 
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Old 09-22-02, 11:36 AM
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I have some limited specs, but that Mod# does not look right. Is this a gas furnace?
If i recall right that is a gas furnace 105,000 btu and a q blower 3 speed ED
 
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Standing pilot/draft hood- I doubt it's much above 70 AFUE. You could try calling the factory at 972-497-500. They have tech reps available. You could also try posting at hvac talk. There's some Lennox dealers over there.
 
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I am a lennox dealer but I was looking in the Preston Guide. I did not find that mod # but the closes one was made in the 60`s. If that is the case and it is the original when the house was built, this can be confirmed by looking under the toilet lid if it is as old as the house also. The lid will have a date code in it. You can date a house with in a year, most of the time.
 
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feeling old here

i remember when 8 became bottom line seer, i think '82. 10 was high, and 11 meant you had a lot of money. 87 or so is when trane came out with the xl1200, the beast, as we called it. those compressors are a BEAR to change, and thanks to trane they had a 10 yr warranty!
 
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Originally posted by jonathanisaac
I want to know about furnace AFUE in the late '80s.

What was considered low, mid, and high?
Why for, way back when??By that time about all we sold were heat pumps. We would sell about one gas furnace a year thats all. I know we still had gas furnace's just like the old ones so that was about a 50 to a 60 % and we did have one line of high efficiency units that where a 82% or AFUE. We didnt call it that then just the %. ED:
 
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