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    Looking at a 80 pct. Gibson furnace, 4 ton a/c unit to
    replace my aging equipment. I know Gibson is part
    of the Nordyne family, but was wondering if anyone knows of any recent problems/issues with their current line?

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    Join Date
    Mar 2004
    SE Michigan
    Not a bad furnace. The condensors are noisy though.
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    Nice line. Easy to repair. The company is growing by leaps and bounds.

    You might find that for a little more you could up grade to one of the other products available.

    Westinghouse, Frigidaire, all these have an 8 year parts warranty.

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    thnks for the info. Just curious, we haven't performed a load calc yet, but I've got 2,200 sq ft in a multi-level with 30 yr old windows and siding, very little shade, house in the midwest. The old 3 ton a/c runs non-stop until 2 a.m., unable to keep up on a typical summer day. Been serviced, and appears to be working properly, or as proper as a 20+ yr old a/c will work. Seems like the unit may be too small for my home. I spose the load calc may confirm?

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    on the face of it, being in MIdwest too, the size seems right, but yes do load calac to be sure.

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