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I have a discontinued (around 1991) remote heating unit model ERGW 0012-1A/ P68191-6F. I need to replace the combustion chamber (heat transfer chamber). It is identified as #1 and #2 in the heating system parts picture page. I am hoping there will be some old parts somewhere. I will use an HVAC contractor to buy it but I am trying to find the part if I can. John Wisda (805) 525-9707 Ventura, Ca

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That is an Amana and if it is under warranty you have to get an authorized repairman. if it is not then the cost of the part after shipping and labor will be about the same as a new unit. if your going to pay a contractor to do it any way and most new units have a vey good warranty for their gas furnace.

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    carl carpenter Jan 13, 2009

    dear sir, I was trying to help you out by telling you the heat exchanger might be under warranty, I believe they have a 20 yr which if you said it is a 91 that would make the warranty up in 2011. but here only an amana authorized tech can do it. I apologize for not clarifying my self I will gladly help you anyway i can and thanks fo using Fixya!

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