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Old 01-17-2007, 06:08 PM   #29
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Thanks Andy. Appreciate the info. I quickly looked up on the web the Suburban model you mentioned and got the impression the blower motor is 12V only. Is there a Suburban model that will run on both 110 and 12V?

BTW farmsc, I didn't mean to hjack your thread. But I really HAD to ask about this furnace.
Hey, I'm just sitting back, reaping the benefits. The more people post,reply, and reply some more, the more I learn without even having to ask!!
Sure beats being outside in the cold poking around in the AS looking for a electrical panel that I don't believe exists.
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Old 01-17-2007, 06:55 PM   #30
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Thanks Andy. Appreciate the info. I quickly looked up on the web the Suburban model you mentioned and got the impression the blower motor is 12V only. Is there a Suburban model that will run on both 110 and 12V?

BTW farmsc, I didn't mean to hjack your thread. But I really HAD to ask about this furnace.
Great question! I need the the same answer.
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:12 AM   #31
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Great question! I need the the same answer.
Park model furnaces are 120 VAC.

RV furnaces are 12 VDC.

There are no combo models that I am aware of.

It is better to add a battery, univolt etc, and have the benefits of running self contained.

If you have a furnace that operates on city power only, then should that power fail, your going to get very cold.

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Old 01-18-2007, 05:47 PM   #32
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Andy, thanks so much for sharing the info. We vintage owners especially appreciate it.
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:05 PM   #33
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Is this the International heater being discussed?
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Old 01-18-2007, 07:36 PM   #34
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I think so, Herb. Here's a couple of pics of mine.
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Old 01-18-2007, 08:11 PM   #35
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furnace pics??

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I think so, Herb. Here's a couple of pics of mine.
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OK, this thread is going along no nicely, why start a new one?

Here are 2 pics I just shot.
1 is under the stove/oven...something is missing...is this my furnace, or parts thereof?
2 is under the sink...I think it may be some sort of water filter??

***CAMPERSKI***If you have a couple free hours one weekend, I'll spring for lunch if you'll ride out to Seneca(well, just south of Seneca on hwy 59) and give me a walkthrough on this TW. There's just so much I don't know what I'm looking at/for.
Thanks, Kevin
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Kevin,
I think all you have left is the burner box in the back. The fan, gas valve and coil are missing.

The other flying saucer thing is a water filter and on my trailers were plumbed to a separate faucet for drinking water.
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Old 01-18-2007, 08:42 PM   #37
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I think all you have left is the burner box in the back. The fan, gas valve and coil are missing.

The other flying saucer thing is a water filter and on my trailers were plumbed to a separate faucet for drinking water.
Well that would 'splain the extra hole next to the faucet.
As far as the furnace, is what's left part of the forbidden one?
Or can I find replacement parts, or will it be cheaper to replace all, or can I even find a replacement?
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Old 01-18-2007, 09:00 PM   #38
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OK, this thread is going along no nicely, why start a new one?

Here are 2 pics I just shot.
1 is under the stove/oven...something is missing...is this my furnace, or parts thereof?
2 is under the sink...I think it may be some sort of water filter??

***CAMPERSKI***If you have a couple free hours one weekend, I'll spring for lunch if you'll ride out to Seneca(well, just south of Seneca on hwy 59) and give me a walkthrough on this TW. There's just so much I don't know what I'm looking at/for.
Thanks, Kevin
Just love to get to look! I'm still learnin myself....but I have found out how to "NOT" do a few things!
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I think I'd go with a new one....you can even check Camping World. They have one off of I-26 in Spartanburg...and a pretty good parts staff. Todd's rv off of I-26 above Hendersonville has alot of parts, can get you what you want...but not as helpful...and really dont share a passion for aluminum
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I think its the forbidden one and the part you have left was one of the bad parts (burner inside of the box in the back). I haven't even tried the two I have but they look rusty.

What I'll try to do is get a new Suburban and try to make it work with the original outside cover.
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Old 01-18-2007, 11:24 PM   #41
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Hello farmsc ,

That stainless filter canister is made by Ogden ,it is original and its funny
yours is mounted underneath that way .you can get replacement filters for it
but they are about 40 bucks a piece and are NOT the same old style they came with years ago .I myself restored mine and do use it .I have it posted on the Ogden water filter thread SEARCH FUNCTION can be use to find it .
Shows the new filters for it ..My Ogden is mounted on the counter next to the kitchen faucet.

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Is this the International heater being discussed?

This "IS" the furnace that explodes.

DO NOT USE IT.


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