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  1. #1
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    The old beast {Armstrong}




    The Thermo Pride WOOD FURNACE is tied into the duct system.


    The new Thermo Pride.




    Needless to say, it works a little better and uses a little less oil.

    [Edited by dakers on 12-26-2004 at 10:45 AM]

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    That's sure purdy...

    Why reuse the crusty EAC?

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    Is there a damper in the wood stove to keep the air from recirculating when not being used?

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    Wow, did you find a furnace built in the 1950's still new in the box in a warehouse somewhere?

    The first time I saw a picture of a new Thermopride furnace, I thought "wow, thats a need retro look they have going on there".
    Then I saw some pictures of some old units, and realized they just havn't changed thier looks in the last half a century!

    I wonder if the newer units share any panels in common with the old units from 20+ years ago?

    I'm not knocking the brand, everything I have ever seen about them on the web is good. To bad they don't have any distribution down here for the gas furnaces at least.
    If more government is the answer, then it's a really stupid question.

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    Originally posted by control_noob
    That's sure purdy...

    Why reuse the crusty EAC?
    The eac failed years ago and it now houses a media filter. The old set up did not have dampers in the system to stop recirculation, but it does now!

    Mark,

    Yes they do share panels from years ago. Thermo will ship the units anywhere in the US. 99% of their orders ship the same day. I'm lucky though. I can drive about an hour and load it up!

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    Dakers

    Nothing prettier than a new ThermoPride. Need to stop by the lake and see if the fish are bitting when you pick a furnace up
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    I've got the place too! Look at the Termites you're outta here post. The house is on High Rock!

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    High Rock

    Is the house in the Springs or Yachtmans point?
    Be safe not fast. body parts don't grow back

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    It is in the Springs

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    The Old Beast "ARMSTRONG"

    Pictured above referred to as the Old Beast.

    Does anyone still use these?

    I am posting one in the Junk Yard Section.

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    dakers, just curious do you guys do service or just installs?

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    you guys do not mess around with possible air leaks on you duct work....WOW

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    Quote Originally Posted by RichardsHeating View Post
    dakers, just curious do you guys do service or just installs?
    We do installs and service for residential and commercial.

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