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Model GUH80A072B4XE

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80 Percent 72,000 Input BTU 57,600 Output BTU Natural Gas Forced Hot Air Furnace

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  • Completely assembled furnace with easy maintenance
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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At just 34-1/2 in. high, our 80 percent space-saving furnace is ideally suited to both new construction and replacements. Models can fit into the space of virtually any furnace being replaced, including attics, crawl spaces and utility closets. Because of the small size, it's easy to handle, fitting easily through most doors and hallways.

  • Completely assembled, the furnace is ready for installation with a color-coded wiring harness and quick connect fittings
  • Integrated solid state control board speeds installation
  • Diagnostic lights make it easy to troubleshoot operation
  • Maintenance and servicing is easy to do with readily accessible components
  • Two-piece doors remove quickly and door screws are secured to the doors so they can't be lost after they're loosened
  • Equipment should be sized, selected and installed by a qualified professional to ensure proper installation, safe operation, adherence to federal, state and local codes and for valid warranty. See installation guide for more details.
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I I will install furnace in 700 ft. basement venting it to upstairs which is 700 ft. also. Will this heat both areas satisfactorly?

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I can't answer that definitively as I do not have the nessasary info on the 1400 square feet you are trying to heat. There are hear loss programs on line that will allow you to put in specific info about the structure and where it is located and will give you the amount of BTU's you need. I would start by Googling "heat loss calculator" A number of programs will come up. I use them all the time.
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What is the price range for installation of the replacement of a gas furnace in a mobile home. Current system is in a closet.
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Mobile homes typically use very specific furnaces designed for mobile home use; not just any residential furnace. They are special in that they can often be changed to use different fuels depending on where the home is placed. Also they typically discharge out the bottom as the duct work is usually below the floor. The most common unit I have seen are branded Miller and are made by Nortec. They are Read More
Mobile homes typically use very specific furnaces designed for mobile home use; not just any residential furnace. They are special in that they can often be changed to use different fuels depending on where the home is placed. Also they typically discharge out the bottom as the duct work is usually below the floor. The most common unit I have seen are branded Miller and are made by Nortec. They are usually in a closet. Typically it takes a day to for a trades person to install. So the cost should reflect a days labor for a trades person in your area plus additional materials needed; such as permits, inspections, etc. Read Less
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what are dimensions?

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is a blower included?
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This is a complete packaged furnace. So it come with burner and blower. All relevant dimensions are available on the manufacturers web site. WWW.Heatcontroller.com Chris 978 651 3301
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Can all Natural Gas furnaces be converted to propane?

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Wondering if this furnace can be converted to propane with a conversion kit?
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Not all appliances can be converted between natural gas and propane. However this one can and Home Depot sells the conversion kit. A link is to follow.
http://www.homedepot.com/p/Century-Liquid-Propane-Conversion-Kit-for-GUH-Hot-Air-Furnaces-905028/202829087
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Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Nice furnace, easy installation Easy install with no issues, wired and fired up. very plased with my purchase. I went to Lowe's and they would not sell me a furnace without me contracting one of their installers. Retired and wanting to help my sister save money she did not have, and having previous experience and training on furnace installation I was able to purchase here at TheHome Depot. I now spend more time purchasing item's here because of they were able to help me to help my sister. November 18, 2014
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