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  1. #14
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    tighty whitey... that's just Dave's sig line. it appears everytime he posts. that's not for you.
    FILL OUT YOUR PROFILE!!

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    Oh Darn Tinner, I thought he was picking on me. Thanks.

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    well that sounds like a hell of a deal. I would do it if their going to give you a warranty just like buying a new one. you know , lifetime warraty on the primary and secondary with 5- years parts and labor on all other parts. So I take it this is a frind lol trying to get the service work on this thing till it craps out and he sells you another used one? I think we all have these things in our junk piles but I dont think a lot of us try to sell them.

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    Can I have your 27 yr old Rheem furnace I have a friend & his furnace is 32 years old?HaHa

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    framehvac, I'm getting to like my 27 yr old unit better all the time. Ain't nobody said anything bad about that old feller. I think I'll wait till it splits a gut then maybe I'll pass it along.

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    I see how it is HaHa keep it or get a new one you don't won't someone else's junk.

  7. #20
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    Originally posted by framehvac
    Replace a 27 yr old Rheem furnace with a 16 yr old Rheem

    WOW I would reassess that.
    16 years old. Isn't that about the era of the Rheem Royal Drum? A deathtrap that bankrupted the manufacturer once.

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