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    FORD (First On Race Day)

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    I thought I'd post that, to help in the "Thread Race".
    (9mm... here we come)




    and counting....

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    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    So Dave; what do you call a gas fired heating device that heats glycol solution that either heats the air around it in order to blow heated air into a home duct system or to be pumped into a coil in a water tank to heat domestic water?
    A piece of **** HTM.

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    Which is in all reality a packaged boiler with a fan coil.

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    That is, of course, WHEN AND IF it actually works...

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    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    So Dave; what do you call a gas fired heating device that heats glycol solution that either heats the air around it in order to blow heated air into a home duct system or to be pumped into a coil in a water tank to heat domestic water?
    Amana Energy Command

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    Talking

    FORD (Found On Road Dead) or maybe you like (Fix Or Repair Daily). Im a Dodge man myself. So a furnace includes electric heat. Well that clears that up. Thanks a bunch.

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    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    Originally posted by t527ed
    Originally posted by RoBoTeq
    So Dave; what do you call a gas fired heating device that heats glycol solution that either heats the air around it in order to blow heated air into a home duct system or to be pumped into a coil in a water tank to heat domestic water?

    if it heats a liquid its a boiler.
    But it also heats air.

    it's still a boiler. ford tops in trucks!

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