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Suburban Sf-42q Ducted Furnace on 2040-parts.com

US $489.99
Location:

Monroeville, Indiana, United States

Monroeville, Indiana, United States
NEW MAY HAVE A FEW SCRATCHES, LITTLE DENTS AND A LITTLE RUST. HAVE BEEN TESTED AND WORKS GREAT.
Brand:SUBURBAN Warranty:Yes Manufacturer Part Number:SF-42-Q Interior Part Type:FURNACE UPC:N/A

NEW SUBURBAN DUCTED FURNACE.

MODEL SF-42Q

 ELECTRONIC IGMITION VENT ASSEMBLY INCLUDED IDEAL REPLACEMENT FURNACES RELIABLE PERFORMANCE LOW AMP DRAW DUCTED OR DIRECT DISCHARGE.

42,000 BTU

DIMENSIONS 22.6 X 19.5 X 9.3 INCHES

DOES NOT INCLUDE ACCESS DOOR OR WALL THERMOSTATE. 

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