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Old 09-04-2019, 10:46 AM   #1
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1975 International Furnace Replacement ?

Hi All!

Iím looking to replace the furnace in my 1974 International (31í Center Bath). I believe the pilot to be the source of a propane leak in my coach, as LP detector alarms whenever I leave the furnace unlit. (Also, I believe this furnace to be well beyond its safe service life expectancy).

The service manual tells me that my furnace should be either a NT32 or NT32CA. I donít know what the difference might be between theses two, or if it even matters. Iím having a hard time locating an NT32, and especially since we rarely use the furnace anyways, Iím wondering if an NT30 (or something else) would be a suitable replacement.

Any advice?
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[QUOTE=searchcz;2284851]Hi All!

Iím looking to replace the furnace in my 1974 International (31í Center Bath). I believe the pilot to be the source of a propane leak in my coach, as LP detector alarms whenever I leave the furnace unlit. (Also, I believe this furnace to be well beyond its safe service life expectancy).

The service manual tells me that my furnace should be either a NT32 or NT32CA. I donít know what the difference might be between theses two, or if it even matters. Iím having a hard time locating an NT32, and especially since we rarely use the furnace anyways, Iím wondering if an NT30 (or something else) would be a suitable replacement.

Any advice?

Hi, going to follow this thread, must be a whole load of info here somewhere ..
I need to install a new furnace in my '72 Land Yachy Sov. The old one was removed already. 2 questions: can the new one be fitted without pulling the cabinets apart & 2, what's the best power size for a 31' unit used in Nor Cal ... we get cold but it's not like being in Alaska or the east coast ... !
thanks, Nick
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