Fuse Links?


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Old 09-26-07, 09:12 AM
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Fuse Links?

Hello, complete DIY dummy here.

Apparently the fuse links in my gas furnace have gone bad and I need to replace them. Does anyone know of an online source that's likely to carry them? I can't seem to find anything.

Here's what I know of my gas furnace (from the labels):

Day & Night
BDP/Carrier Corp.
Model: 376BAW036075
A 1985 (I assume that's the year made?)

There's a warning label saying to replace fusible link if one goes bad, and directly under that is:

P/N 308925-201 REV.B.

I assume that's the part number for the fusible link?

I posted a photo of the actual link to be replaced, if that helps at all:

http://www.netrusher.com/fuselink.jpg

Thanks in advance for any help in finding one of these.

Grant
 
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Old 09-26-07, 11:36 AM
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Originally Posted by GrantH View Post
Hello, complete DIY dummy here.

Apparently the fuse links in my gas furnace have gone bad and I need to replace them. Does anyone know of an online source that's likely to carry them? I can't seem to find anything.

Here's what I know of my gas furnace (from the labels):

Day & Night
BDP/Carrier Corp.
Model: 376BAW036075
A 1985 (I assume that's the year made?)

There's a warning label saying to replace fusible link if one goes bad, and directly under that is:

P/N 308925-201 REV.B.

I assume that's the part number for the fusible link?

I posted a photo of the actual link to be replaced, if that helps at all:

http://www.netrusher.com/fuselink.jpg

Thanks in advance for any help in finding one of these.

Grant
try a search for arnold's hvac parts they sell Carrier so he should be able to get the part for you. You will probably have to send them an e-mail as the part isn't shown on the website.
 
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Old 09-26-07, 12:04 PM
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Thanks DJ. I sent Arnold's an email, although it says on their Contact page that they're too busy to respond to anything but support questions for products already purchased. [Sigh] We'll see...
 
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Old 09-28-07, 12:02 PM
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Thanks DJ. I sent Arnold's an email, although it says on their Contact page that they're too busy to respond to anything but support questions for products already purchased. [Sigh] We'll see...
How can you be too busy for a new customer? If they don't respond, call them.
 
 

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