Coleman Presidential Propane Furnace Removal


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Old 11-29-08, 08:32 PM
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Unhappy Coleman Presidential Propane Furnace Removal

I need to remove my propane Coleman Presidential Furnace from my mobile home. I already removed the blower unit and the electrical control box. Can anyone give me advice on what are the next steps for removal? I am pretty handy with tools, but this has me stumped. The propane tank was removed about 6 months ago, and I don't think there is any propane in the lines. The line leading to the propane tank had a quick release connector.
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Old 11-30-08, 07:04 AM
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Furnace removal

The vent pipe consists of outer & inner pipes. The outer should slide up into the chimney assembly then the inner pipe should do the same.
 
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How do you get the rest out?

I'm trying to take out my propane heater but can't get it apart from the ceiling parts.
 
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Old 12-14-13, 06:12 PM
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Sometimes only a sawzall & sheet metal snips are the only answer. If you are replacing the furnace, you need to replace the chimney (roof jack) as well.
 
 

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