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Old 06-11-2011, 11:46 AM   #1
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Suburban sp30 nt elevation rating

Am installing a new furnace. The Suburban sp30 nt. I live at 7500 feet elevayion. Will I need to D rate the furnace, or is it ok the way it came. Does anyone know what the rating is for this furnace, as I cannot find it anywhere in the liturature I was sent with the furnace.
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My suspicion is that it'll do just fine. We've found precious few rigs that had problems with elevation here (8,400 ft.), and all of those were either boards or (usually) sail switches.

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