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Old 02-06-2008, 09:43 AM   #1
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Ok, I need help ...

I've figured out how to remove my Suburban NT-35 furnace from it's mounting in the trailer, but I can't figure out how to get the furnace guts out of the case in order to replace the fan motor.

Somebody give me a clue ... please.
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They have a fantastic web site, check it out:

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I guess it's fantastic but it was no help whatsoever.

Once again - Does anyone know how to withdraw the internal components from the case of a Suburban NT-35 furnace to get access in order to change the fan motor?
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I guess it's fantastic but it was no help whatsoever.

Once again - Does anyone know how to withdraw the internal components from the case of a Suburban NT-35 furnace to get access in order to change the fan motor?
Yes.
Remove the outer vent cover, then remove the one or two phillips screws that hold the combustion tubes in place.
next, remove the inner cover, then unhook the lp line, and 12v wires to the fan. After that, unscrew the 2 screws in the base of the inner assembly, and remove the inner furnace assembly.
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This web site may help. Under furnaces the NT-35 is listed with two manuals.

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Just a few screws, the propane line, and the wiring harness is all I removed or unhooked. I was able to leave the case and duct work mounted in the trailer, and slide the combustion chamber and fan assembly out of the case, toward the end opposite the fan.
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Old 02-07-2008, 02:07 PM   #7
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Wow - ask and ye shall receive!

Thanks all - I think I see some warmer nights in my future.
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