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Old 02-07-2012, 10:08 AM   #1
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Can this unit be converted to a universal electric Fan timer (Honeywell ST910U)?
Problem: Furnace works sometimes. Inducer fan has no 120ac flowing to it. The suddenly it has voltage. Then furnace will light. Checked all connections (none loose). Once the cycle is complete, the unit will not light again.
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Old 02-07-2012, 01:29 PM   #2
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check your neutral on power supply if ok than you have to change the board.

BTW that furnace was recalled.

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Stefanyshyn v. Consolidated Industries
Tippecanoe County Superior Court
For the State of Indiana
Case No. 79 D 01-9712-CT-59



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If you own or owned (or have claims regarding) a residential furnace, you could get a payment or other benefits from a class action settlement. A court authorized this website. This is not a solicitation from a lawyer.

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UPDATE: As mentioned on this web site and elsewhere, the potential benefits available under the class action settlement depend, in part, on the availability of funds from the Consolidated bankruptcy estate. On February 6, 2009, the bankruptcy trustee for Consolidated entered into a settlement with Enodis Corporation and related persons and entities for $69.5 million plus interest until such amount is paid in full. To obtain a copy of the notice of motion and opportunity to object to the trustee's motion to approve the Enodis settlement, which could affect your rights, please click here. Timely objections must be received by the bankruptcy court and by counsel by no later than March 5, 2009. If the bankruptcy court approves the Enodis settlement, it is likely that a portion of the proceeds will be available to fund the potential benefits under the class action settlement described on this web site.
A settlement has been reached in a class action lawsuit regarding furnaces manufactured by Consolidated Industries Corp. ("Consolidated") prior to January 1, 2001. Most, if not all, of the furnaces manufactured by Consolidated contain one or more defective parts, including the burner, heat exchanger, and/or expansion joints.
WARNING THE CONTINUED USE OF FURNACES COVERED BY THIS SETTLEMENT POSES A SERIOUS RISK OF FIRE AND/OR CARBON MONOXIDE LEAKS.
Prior to 2001, Consolidated manufactured furnaces under many different brand/trade names, including: ACPO, Addison, Air Star, Airco, Amana, American Best, American Standard, Arcoaire, Arkla, Armstrong, Bard, Carrier, Century, Climate Control, Comfort Aire, Coleman, Consolidated, Day & Night, Ducane, Duomatic-Olsen, Franklin Electric, Goettl, Goodman, GMC, Hamilton Electric, Heat Controller, Heatmaster, International Comfort Products, Janitrol, Johnstone, Keeprite, Kenmore, Lennox, Liberty, Magic Chef, Northrup, Olsen, Pameco-Aire, Payne, P.F.C., Premier, Sears, Square D, Sunbelt, Sunburst, Sundial, Sun Glow, Trane, Weatherking, York, and possibly others. If you have a furnace with any of these brand names, it might be covered by this settlement. However, many of these companies also manufacture their own line of furnaces, which are not part of this lawsuit and are not covered by this settlement.
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SUBMIT A CLAIM FORM The only way to get a payment or other benefits. A copy of the claim form can be downloaded here.
EXCLUDE YOURSELF Get no payment or other benefits. This is the only option that allows you to ever be part of any other lawsuit against Consolidated or anyone else about the legal claims in this case. For more information on excluding yourself from the settlement, click here.
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GO TO A HEARING Ask to speak in Court about the fairness of the settlement. For details on the Fairness Hearing and how to attend, please click here.
DO NOTHING Get no payment or other benefits. Give up rights.


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Opt Out Deadline: March 19, 2009 Objection Deadline: March 19, 2009 Fairness Hearing: March 26, 2009 Claim Filing Deadline: August 1, 2009 Rebate Deadline: February 1, 2012



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Thank you for the great information.......... We've decided to replace my 93 year old Mother-in laws furnace. She Lives about a two hr drive from us. We now need the size specification of the furnace to replace it. 100 Btu's Model MAA-100NR4R-4050A
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Whomever you call (look for bonded and insured company's) should be able to do a Load calculation, and get withing 10 of 15 thousand BTU'S of what you need. Look for name brands like Lennox, Rheem, Carrier ect ect.
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The old furnace is 100k BTU, is 80% efficient, and had a 1600 CFM blower.

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