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I am having great difficulty finding parts for my HM30-150P-2. I recently had to replace the combustion air blower for 700.00. I know Lennox has quit making it and the price of parts is astronomical Do you know where I might find parts for a tad bit less?.

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  • James Austin Sep 01, 2010

    Thank you, I have been checking the web but forgot about E-Bay.

  • James Austin Sep 01, 2010

    Thank you, I have been checking the web but forgot about E-Bay.

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Hello,

I will advice you check ereplacementparts.com or ebay.com to get the part of your device.

Take care.

Posted on Sep 01, 2010

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