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  1. #1
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    was wandering the age of furnace rheem model # RGLA-170-JR....have serial number too....thanx in advance for any replies,mo-flo.

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    You need to post the serial number
    to determine the actual manufacturing date
    of Rheem equipment

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    there are 3 sets of #'s to this furnace.......hate to post it on net,know what i mean?looked at this one last knight....it is standing pilot and natural draft..

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    would 88 be a possibility??...i have those 2 #'s in the second set...

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    It should be the 2nd or the 3rd set of numbers that show the serial nr. they should be preceded by a letter and then there would be 3 nrs..

    example F388 is a 88 furnace


    The RGLA model was made from 1983 to 1991 and had a 10 year heat exchanger warranty.

    [Edited by htg guy on 02-14-2005 at 05:14 PM]

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    my second set would fit then,as it is Fo988....THANX,htg.guy.....i like the signature.

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    Just for reference the 0988 means the 9th week of 1988

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    thanx doc....

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