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Ruud Furnace Door

Need a front panel door for a Ruud furnace, Model Number UGDA075ACR. Can't find anything on-line, any idea's before I have to purchace a new furnace.

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  • noluckchuck Nov 04, 2008

    Hey Thanks hillbuck29, don't know what I was thinking, too much stress I guess. I took your advice mostly, I had some left over sheet metal, so I took some measurements, and made up a panel myself. It turned out a lot better than I expected, and it works perfectly. Its nice to know you have good people out there to help, when you have brain freeze, Thanks again hillbuck29.



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Measure it and have any sheetmetal shop make ya one up.much cheaper than a new furnace

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  • Dave Dobransky Nov 04, 2008

    we all have our moments brother.....glad i could help

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