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  1. #1
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    Question Trying to find the model of the old Bryant Gas furnace

    Hey trying to identify this unit.
    The 1960's serial break down doesnt seem to fit. Please help .
    These are the 2 plates i see.
    Thanks
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    Roughly 100,000 BTU input, 80,000 BTU output.

    How much heat your home needs?
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    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Roughly 100,000 BTU input, 80,000 BTU output.

    How much heat your does home needs?
    ^Fixed^

    Probably less then that!

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    Im trying to identify the unit..

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    You have already identified the unit. It is a bryant gas furnace.

    It is older than dirt, there will not be any documentation on a unit that old. There are no factory parts available for the unit any longer.

    If there are any issues with the unit, now is the time to have a load calculation and ductwork evaluation performed to identify what your home needs.

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    Well that does explain alot, its age and lack of information.

    And let me clarify. Trying to find the model information.
    Because ur right i did id the unit as a bryant gas furnace.
    But cant figure out the model #/name.

    So is this a KDD model?

    As far as problems, the heating element is fine after all these years, still.
    Thanks for some insight

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    Back then they did not specify a model number per say. Only unit number, units back then were more custom made compared to today.

    Even if it had a model number what would it tell you if there is no documentation on that system any longer or any support for parts?

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    What information are you trying to figure out? All the equipment ID is in your pictures.
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