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Old 04-04-2020, 02:07 PM   #1
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I have a 1988 Excella 1000 with a dead NT-35K furnace in it. I wondered if a Suburban SFV-35FQ would fit into the housing of the NT35-K Also if someone out there has a working NT-35K for sale that would interest me too.
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Old 04-10-2020, 01:43 PM   #2
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Hmm, did you do any troubleshooting, or is it a matter of parts? On my '94 that had been on storage lot for years, a big mud dauber wasp nest was blocking the exhaust and other passages. After I cleaned it out, it worked fine.

And here's a thread about overhauling your furnace:

https://www.airforums.com/forums/f42...ace-86137.html
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Just worked on my sisters NT-30 out of her 25', wound up being a clogged jet - 35 years of junk. Works great now, just in time for summer! I am replacing the orginal 24K BTU out of my '76 Argosy and going with a NT-30SP. I have already fit checked it and looks good. Look to see if they make a NT-34xx.
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Just worked on my sisters NT-30 out of her 25', wound up being a clogged jet - 35 years of junk. Works great now, just in time for summer! I am replacing the orginal 24K BTU out of my '76 Argosy and going with a NT-30SP. I have already fit checked it and looks good. Look to see if they make a NT-34xx.
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