WHAT he said. dump (recycle) and replace. the new one fit right in for the most part. One thing about RV things is they tend to stay the same, more of less, for YEARS.. some improvements along the way but a new one may only be several SEER points above one from 1974 but not by much.
Originally Posted by mccrosti
Please don't restore a furnace that old, you may make yourself more trouble than you bargained for. Old suburbans are notorious for rusting out in the heat chamber allowing gases to infiltrate the trailer. Take that one to the dump and either buy a new one or buy a catalytic heater. This is a safety issue where your life may be at stake. Not being melodramatic but..
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