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Need specifications on this furnace.

The furnace was installed in about 2000. It is a roof mount. We need the specifications necessary for a building permit.

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You need the model and serial # from the unit first

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1. Check the drive belt and pulley for wear, cracks, and fraying. Replace if necessary.

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