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    year of furnace

    Hi I'm trying to find out the year of a furnace we're thinking of purchasing. Not sure this is where to post this question but here goes.
    Model number: LBM075 DBR VU
    Serial number: 983358702
    BM-NO. 01800002
    Underwriter Laboratories of Canada
    ULC Oil-Fired Furnace NO. 1775

    Any help for the year of this make and model would be greatly appreciated, thanks.

    Linzy

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    Whom is the manufacturer of the unit? Is this a used furnace?

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    furnace year

    Yes it's a used furnace....made by Underwriter Laboratories of Canada as far as I know....all the info is what I gave you sorry.

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    found something

    Ok seems Underwriters is an inspection of some sort of this furnace....if the site I just came from is correct, this furnace was made in 1998 in the 33rd week...does that sound correct?

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    Yes, that is correct. The first 4 digits of the serial number are the year and the week of that year that it was manufactured.
    It's not rocket-science...

    It's electromechanical thermodynamic engineering

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    If it's used, who will install it?
    economic collapse is a certainty. debt based fiat currency monetary systems can never continue indefinitely because they require continuous creation of new debt to service the existing debt. in the absence of economical growth (which is always predicated on increased resource extraction rather than capital alone), this leads to massive inflation which destroys the currency.

    your leaders can't fix this - they're corrupt and only exist to enrich themselves and their corporate friends.

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