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  1. #1
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    95% manfacture home furnace ?

    IS ANY ONE MAKING A 95% FURNACE THAT FITS THE MOBLE HOME MARKET. WE DON'T GET IN TO THEN MUCH BUT I HAVE A OLD CUSUMER THAT HAS MOVED TO A DOUBLE WIDE AND WOULD LIKE UP GRADE AND TAKE ADVANTAGE OF THE TAX CREDIT!!!! i FOUND THAT MILLER HAS A 90%? ANY HELP???

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    Try reposting that without the caps.



    To answer your question, no, not that I've ever seen.
    Karst means cave. So, I search for caves.

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    Bryant or Panye used to have a kit available to make one of there regular furnaces mobile home rated, IIRC it basically consisted of a gas valve with a flip over style regulator for natural to LP. Not sure if these kits are still available or will work with any of there 95% furnaces.

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    No caps? ok, any one know of a 95% moblie home furnace on the market

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    Quote Originally Posted by bee View Post
    No caps?
    CAPS lock on the internet is considered "yelling". And it's very hard to read.


    There is one from Intertherm.
    Intertherm Web

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    i believe coleman and nordyne also have 95% models.....

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    Quote Originally Posted by mayguy View Post
    CAPS lock on the internet is considered "yelling". And it's very hard to read.


    There is one from Intertherm.
    Intertherm Web
    The intertherms are 90% not 95%.

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    I have see the colman and it dosn't have ths same foot print that the other manufactured home furnaces do. Thay are almost 30" deep like a normal unit would be and the flue is out the side? This is not posible in most manufactured homes.The miller (nordye) I have seen one thay make that is 90%, it has the same foot print and has a vent kit to put pvc up the roof jack. But 90% dosn't get a tax credit. I'm going to try to find a intertherm rep and see what thay got. Sure do apreciate the input. My internet skills needs some work so I hope you can all be a little fore giving with me and just let me know what is proper and not. I will try to log on moore frequent but some times thing get kinda busy as any one in our profesion knows. Thank again!!

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