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Old 10-24-2011, 12:55 PM   #1
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I am trying to find a lp conversion kit for a luxaire furnace that apparently doesn't exist any help would be greatly appreciated.

Model # P-HDD20N11501A
Serial # EKBP055335


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Old 10-24-2011, 01:11 PM   #2
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Model # P-HDD20N11501A / 5 ton gas furnace, made by York.
Serial # EKBP055335 / Date of Manufacture, 1993.


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1308 Waverly Street, Houston, TX 77008-4108 (713) 868-4551 ()

They may or may not have not one, waiting on a call back.

I'm about to call York for you as well.

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Old 10-24-2011, 01:25 PM   #3
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On thephone with Johnson a/c supply, York dealer. The serial number is definitely pulling up under York but there is no diagram for the unit so they can not tell which part it is on anything let alone lp kits. Apparently there'a variety of lp kits but it has to be an exact match.

Try hunting down "York" dealers in your area.
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Thank you so much!

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According to Solar A/C who performed a serial number search, your specific furnace (the actual one in your home) was sold at Grainger.

Try them.
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Thank you so much!

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Okay, you can call it a Luxaire but you'll get further saying York. York is the main manufacturer, such as GMC is the main manufacturer above Chevy. I'm waiting on a call back from Grainger Technical Support at the moment. They do not sell Luxaire, they sell York.

Confusing, I know.

You will need the btu rating of your furnace when hunting down this lp kit in your area, it being 115,000 btu.

Still waiting. Looking forward to finding it, too!
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York part number - 1NP0312

Grainger material number - 3323854

Lp conversion kit for your furnace.
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Damn I'm good!!

Through Grainger that part will need to be ordered.
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Thanks again! That is a huge help. Do you by any chance know where I could get the instalation manual and wiring diagrams from?

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I can't seem to find anything via Google search but here's Luxaire's contact info. You can try calling them and asking them to e-mail it to you.

http://www.luxaire.com/contact_us.asp

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