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    Yep you are right Vegas. I was mistaken

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    most 80% equipment use aluminized steel tubing, or pinch welded expanded plates for the heat exchanger, and it's bound to fail at some point.
    most 90% equipment uses extruded stainless tubing for both the primary and the secondary heat exchangers...
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  6. #19
    We'll it looks like I'm down to the following on the furnace side:

    Amana AMH95 or AMVC95
    Trane XL95 or XV95

    Still not sold on aluminized steel though. Seems like stainless steel is the higher quality design. But they both have lifetime on the heat exchanger so perhaps it doesn't matter.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dmileusnich View Post
    We'll it looks like I'm down to the following on the furnace side:

    Amana AMH95 or AMVC95
    Trane XL95 or XV95

    Still not sold on aluminized steel though. Seems like stainless steel is the higher quality design. But they both have lifetime on the heat exchanger so perhaps it doesn't matter.
    Between the amana's, go with the AMVC95. It is a better furnace between the two.
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