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Old 03-08-2013, 04:48 PM   #15
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A good training exercise for ordering from Palomino might be watching "The Soup Nazi" Seinfeld episode. No Soup for you!
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A good training exercise for ordering from Palomino might be watching "The Soup Nazi" Seinfeld episode. No Soup for you!
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It's such a pleasure to talk to a friendly, helpful, company that actually appreciates your business. I often wonder how some companies stay in business.
Just a guess here, but......maybe by offering the BEST price?
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I have a Suburban NT-30 S furnace that needs to be replaced. I've read through many of the old posts to get some background info. From what I understand the Suburban NT30SP or NT34SP would be the correct replacement. I recenlty acquired my 1984 300. I've never used the furnace so not sure if would be best to upgrade to the 34,000 BTU or just stick with the 30,000 BTU. Any thoughts?
Bethany,

I put a new 30k BTU furnace in our 1984 310 a couple of years ago replacing the existing 30K BTU and it heats the motorhome just fine. Just FYI.

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