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No a miller furnace I was told a nozzle was for homes and b was for mobile homes furnace. I have a miller furnace I want to put what is the right one in can you help me

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Did you have an old nozzle to look at? The one that you're replacing? The Miller gun furnace for mobile homes is probably a .75 gal/hr. nozzle or less. You need a furnace tech to look at your furnace if you can't read the info. stamped on the nozzle. It will have a .75, or .65 maybe gal/hr rating and a number for the angle in degrees.Like 80 degree nozzle.
If you match up what came out of it,you should be fine. don-ohio (:^)

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