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Model # CMF95 072 PG

72,000 BTU 95% AFUE Natural/Liquid Propane Gas Mobile Home Forced Hot Air Down-Flow Furnace

  • High-efficiency gas furnace with diagnostic lights
  • Product sold without installation or permitting
  • Equipment should be sized/installed by a qualified professional
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About This Product

Today, you'll find our high-efficiency gas furnaces in more manufactured homes than ever before. That's because more families are discovering only Miller furnaces offer such incredible efficiency and comfort, plus lots of other value-added features. Heavy gauge aluminized steel secondary heat exchanger assure a long life.


  • Beckett gas burners are standard
  • Liquid propane convertible
  • Diagnostic lights for easy troubleshooting without counting flashes
  • Flexible category IV venting system
  • 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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Model # CMF95 072 PG

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Dimensions: H 57 in, W 18 in, D 24.25 in


Product Depth (in.)

24.25 in

Product Height (in.)

57 in

Product Width (in.)

18 in

Vent diameter (in.)

3 in


Annual Fuel Utilization Efficiency (AFUE) (%)


Energy Consumption (kWh/year)


Fuel Gauge


Gas or Electric


Heat Output (BTU/hour)


Heat rating (BTU/hour)

68400 Btu/h

Heating Product Type

Forced Air Furnace

Heating Technology Type


Motor Type

1/2 HP PSC

Power/Fuel Type

Natural Gas

Product Weight (lb.)

155 lb



Warranty / Certifications

Certifications and Listings

CSA Listed

Manufacturer Warranty

1 Year

Questions & Answers

Q:I recently had a new furnace put in but it seems to click on and off every 5 minutes. I don't think it should be doing that for a high efficiency furnace and also is the blower supposed to kick in before the furnace ignites? Seems like it should be the other way around. Just doesn't stay on very long to heat the home.
by|Oct 6, 2020
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A:  There is a lot to unpack there and although I can not give you a definitive answer I can tell you how I would approach it if I were called out on a service call. First I would want to know which blower you are referring to as most new furnaces have two; the blower that moves air throughout the duct work and the second blower called a draft inducer that pulls the flue gas/ exhaust through the heat exchanger and into the venting system. The draft inducer should always come on before the unit ignites. After It comes on, the proving switch confirms positive draft and then the ignition cascade proceeds. With most furnaces the blower that moves the air through the duct work comes on later as you do not want to blow cold air. Some furnaces have a control called a fan center and or fan control that allows the blower to come on only when the air reaches a certain temperature. Often these are adjustable. So if that fan is going on and off it could be an adjustment. However many new furnaces use a timer instead. Meaning a control that turns on the blower so many seconds or minutes after ignition. These controls allow the blower to run a certain amount of time after the burner has shut down. So again how I would proceed would depend on which blower I was talking about. However as a general rule "short cycling" is not good for the equipment; reguardless of the efficiency. In fact my 98% efficient unit try's to never shut off. The longer the run time and the less starts and stops the better as you don't get efficient combustion during start up. Short cycling can happen for a lot of reasons. Over sizing the equipment relative to the structure or the heat distribution system can cause this. The thermostat is also a frequent cause. Thermostats can ware or be improperly adjusted so that they turn the heat on and off a too slight of a change. Thus the first thing I do when I trouble shoot a system is take the thermostat out of the equation by jumping it out. By creating a constant call for heat I know the stat is not giving the furnace bad information. This can happen due to worn out batteries or some of the crazy logic built into modern thermostats. Feel free to give me a call if you have further questions. Chris 978 651 3301

by|Oct 6, 2020
    Q:the vent size is 3 inch? Is that adjustable?
    by|Oct 1, 2020
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    A:  I am not sure what you mean by adjustable. Venting codes are extremely strict and vary by state. You would need to speak to a qualified local licensed furnace professional or the code enforcement inspector in your area.

    by|Oct 1, 2020
      Q:Can this replace a Coleman DGAT075BDF
      by|Sep 16, 2020
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      A:  Both are mobile home furnaces so this could be a suitable replacement. However it is not going to be exactly the same. So what you really want to know is this best choice for a replacement. That I can not answer. For that you would want to have the qualified licensed installer on sight with the rough in spec sheet, so that the current installation can be compared with that of the possible new unit. Than they can determine if this would be the best option.

      by|Sep 16, 2020
        Q:my furnace has a 10 inch vent, do you sell what I need to vent this new one, it says it has a 3 ...
        by|Feb 18, 2020
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        A:  I think its highly likely but it would depend on the venting strategy being used by the contractor as well as the codes in your area. I think it worth noting this is not a chimney vented product. Because of its high efficiency the exhaust is to cool to create draft in the chimney.

        by|Feb 18, 2020
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          This furnace is great the only reason I dropped a star is because I had to take the fan off and a...
          This furnace is great the only reason I dropped a star is because I had to take the fan off and adjust it because it was rubbing on the case so bad.
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          My furnace is brand new and supposed to be energy...
          My furnace is brand new and supposed to be energy efficient, but it uses exactly as much propane as my 20 year old furnace did. Also, it makes a lot of noise, like rattling I guess. It is also just as loud when running as my 20 year old furnace was.
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          Stopped working after 1 1/2 months. Very disappointing, especially when...
          Stopped working after 1 1/2 months. Very disappointing, especially when outside temp is 0 Fahrenheit. When it was working, it worked great.
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          It heats was okay to put in by my self...
          It heats was okay to put in by my self easy enough to switch it to propane
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          Nice unit direct replacement. ...
          Nice unit direct replacement.
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          This item is the same measurements as 059149 Home model....
          This item is the same measurements as 059149 Home model. Just needed a little adjustments, when installing.Glad Home Depot carries this item. The pro desk answered more of my questions then Nortec Global would not.
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          This unit was a good fit to replace the old Coleman unit. More efficient but a lot nosier so I g...
          This unit was a good fit to replace the old Coleman unit. More efficient but a lot nosier so I guess its a trade off.. .
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            Very nice heater
            This furnace installed quickly and heats quickly. Replaced the old miller heater. Fit same foot print. Uses 1/3 of the gas that the old one did. I love it
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