Cleveland Dornback/ Oil Model HEO-90-3.5


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Old 03-08-06, 09:32 PM
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Cleveland Dornback/ Oil Model HEO-90-3.5

Help, I need parts for this furnace. Cleveland Dornback I bought it about 17 years ago, maybe less. It was made in Clear Lake Ohio (so it says on the label. It is a high efficient fuel oil furnace. The company went out of business several years ago. What I desperately need is a part that goes in the heat exchanger. The heat exchanger has 40, ½ inch holes in it. In each hole is a flat twisted stainless steal peace which is 19 inches long. When cleaning the furnace these have to be removed. I need all of them. Does anyone know where I can buy at least 50?
 
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Old 03-09-06, 05:37 AM
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Is this who you're looking for ??

http://www.macraesbluebook.com/searc...company=406713
 
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Old 03-14-06, 03:56 PM
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Unhappy Not the one I am looking for

I have written that place twice and received no reply either time. I don’t think it is the same, if it is they do not want to bother with me. As I said before according to my paper work and label on furnace the company was in Clear Lake. The company that sold me the furnace is also out of business, owner passed away. But, I was told that the company that made the furnace was out of business. So I probably need to find out who made the heat exchanger, or has something like it.
 
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Old 03-14-06, 04:19 PM
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I would say your best bet would be to make them. If you don't have the tools or knowledge take an old one to a body shop and have them made. It should not be too diffcult, a flat piece twisted.
 
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Old 04-20-06, 02:10 AM
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Someone must have

Someone must have parts, anyone else? Still looking. As far as making them, am not sure, tried a couple of years ago to replace a broken one, it dissolved. May be a special material and they also have crimps in them. Body shop; don’t think so, maybe a metal shop if I want to pay a fortune.
 
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Old 04-20-06, 07:34 PM
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Cleveland-Dornback

I doubt you are going to find the baffles for that heat exchanger. A sheet metal shop is probably going to be your only source.
 
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Old 04-25-06, 04:46 AM
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Smile Found them

Thank you all I think I have found what I have been looking for. Dornback Mfg. Garfield Heights Ohio
 
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Old 04-25-06, 04:52 PM
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Baffles

If you have indeed found a source of the baffles, please post back. I have a customer with one of these furnaces & may need to replace some of them.
 
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Found it, was too simple. this is a link to them Dornback Manufacturing - The World's Most Efficient Furnace. Found what I wanted from them. Many parts are obsolete now for the older models. Very expensive to buy a new furnace from them. But is the most efficient fuel oil furnace you can buy - 95%

 
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Dornback HE090 furnace fan blower motor replacement Fasco D1732

Found a replacement motor for a Dornback HE090 furnace. This is fan or blower motor to circulate heat throughout the house. Mine is a Dornback HE090 furnace fan blower motor dornback part# MTR12DD. Originally equipped with A.O Smith motor #324P 178. 115v. 1050 rpm / 3spd. 1/2'” X 6” shaft. Found a replacement that works using FASCO D1732 with 10mfd capacitor included from a electric motor warehouse found on the web. Wiring change from original set up which is the white wire or “line” wire goes directly to motor instead of the capacitor. The brown and brown with white stripe wire, which come from the motor both goto the capacitor supplied. Everything else bolted up! Yours could be different but this worked for mine. Check your original motor specs to be sure.
 
 

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