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Posted by DennisD on March 2nd, 2000 10:06 AM
In reply to furnace heat exchanger repair or replace? by ca on March 1st, 2000 05:33 PM [Go to top of thread]

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If you can afford it, you will be well served to upgrade to a 90+ furnace with sealed combustion that draws outside air for combustion. Most of the brand names are good.

There is nothing wrong with a Janitrol. They are one of the largest makers of furnaces. Life expectancy of furnaces are between 15-20 years and you are approaching it.

If you choose to replace your heat exchanger it will extend the life and it won't hurt you. You will still have a less efficient unit, but it will work.

If it was mine......replace it!

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