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    is Rheem a good unit?

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    Thumbs up Rheem

    yes.Rheem -Ruud are very good units. Built in Ft.Smith Arkansas..USA
    "Everyday above ground, is a good day".
    "But everyday that you have made a difference in someones life, may insure you stay above ground a little longer".<aircooled>

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    Rheem would be a decent furnace as long as the people installing it does it correctly

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    Furnaces may be alright but water heaters are Junk.

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    Rheem is a very good system. Do some searches here and you'll find out a lot of info.

    They use exclusively Copeland scroll compressors, more popular tubular heat exchangers and robust circuitry.

    Look at the 14 SEER variable systems.

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    I work for a RUUD distributor. It has been a great line. i have sold york, luxaire, clare and armstrong. Armstrong is the only one close. I agree the install is key
    i belong to peta ... people eating tasty animals. all my opinions are just mine.

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    Nothing stops a TRANE


    Common Sense aint so Common

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    Originally posted by brooklyntech
    Nothing stops a TRANE
    That big stack of warranty Intell-ignition boards I have sez otherwise. The service bulletin beside them sez otherwise too.

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    Rheem is the best bang for the buck.
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

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    Our company only sells and installs Rheem units, and we've had very few problems or call backs.

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    Originally posted by brooklyntech
    Nothing stops a TRANE


    Common Sense aint so Common
    Brainwashing and irrelevance at it's finest.


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    Thumbs up

    I did service and sales for four years with Rheem equipment and had to repair maybe a dozen furnaces and three condensers. Alot of happy owners..

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    CondensateDick- suck my gauge hose- u tool

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