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Model CMF2 80 PG

Internet #204264806

Mobile Home 75,000 BTU Natural/Liquid Propane Gas Hot Air Up-flow Furnace

$1,909.51 /pallet
  • This classic furnace is versatile with a multi-speed blower
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional

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The CMF2 Series Furnace is a classic and time honored design. The CMF2 is a versatile and reliable product such as space heating, garages, hunting camps or single story residential structures. The new model CMF2 Furnace incorporates a multi-speed blower and multi-fired burner. Classic design countered with new technology make the new CMF2 today's choice for a multi-application fossil fuel heating appliance.

  • Factory setting is 75,000 input BTU and output is 56,000 BTU
  • Multi-firing technology in gas and oil burner
  • Classic 18 in. W dimension for tight replacement jobs
  • MA 100, MA 200, and CB 200 bases for versatility in applications
  • Drum/tubular heat exchanger assures long life
  • 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
  • Professional installation recommended
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Why are you folks 500 dollars over on price,,,I've done heating for 31 years and used this furnace many times

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I am sorry that you find the price excessive. I also have been in the plumbing and heating industry all my life and have been asked by The Home Depot to answer technical questions, which I enjoy. Unfortunately I am not in a position to speak for them on pricing issues. However as a long time Home Depot customer I have always found them to be competitive and extremely willing to be competitive when they Read More
I am sorry that you find the price excessive. I also have been in the plumbing and heating industry all my life and have been asked by The Home Depot to answer technical questions, which I enjoy. Unfortunately I am not in a position to speak for them on pricing issues. However as a long time Home Depot customer I have always found them to be competitive and extremely willing to be competitive when they find out they are not. In fact most of the email I receive from trades people are complaints that The Home Depot pricing is too low and is affecting there ability to sell equipment. Read Less
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What causes short cycling of blower on unit

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System runs well but blower stays on for maybes only a minute is there an ajustment?
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You don;t necessarily want your furnace to blow cold air. So they are usually designed such that the blower does not come on until the heat exchanger heats up. Some of the new furnaces utilize a timer. However most older units utilize a type of thermostat that controls the power going to the blower motor. The most common example is the Honeywell L4064B. They are adjustable. Obviously I don;t know what Read More
You don;t necessarily want your furnace to blow cold air. So they are usually designed such that the blower does not come on until the heat exchanger heats up. Some of the new furnaces utilize a timer. However most older units utilize a type of thermostat that controls the power going to the blower motor. The most common example is the Honeywell L4064B. They are adjustable. Obviously I don;t know what you have. Chris 978 651 3301 Read Less
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how quiet is the blower motor on this unit

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December 12, 2015
it will be on a 1st story home, the noise facter
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I searched and did not find decibel rating on this product. I am sorry. In my experience when a furnace makes excessive noise it is usually the result of a blower wheel that is unbalanced due to dirt or the noise comes from the duct work because it was inappropriately sized. Very rarely is the furnace the actual source of the sound. I want to point out you mention first floor. Which to me indicates there Read More
I searched and did not find decibel rating on this product. I am sorry. In my experience when a furnace makes excessive noise it is usually the result of a blower wheel that is unbalanced due to dirt or the noise comes from the duct work because it was inappropriately sized. Very rarely is the furnace the actual source of the sound. I want to point out you mention first floor. Which to me indicates there is a second floor. Thus I want to point our this is a furnace designed to go into a mobile home where the duct work would be below the floor. It is not for use in non mobile homes. Read Less
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What will cause this furnace to turn on and off with thermostat at heart usage

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I am sorry but I am not quite understanding the question. You are welcome to give me a call. Chris 978 651 3301. As to thermostats. They are just low voltage switches. When satisfied they are open and when unsatisfied they close. The close swith tells the furnace it needs to come on and send out heat.
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