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Old 02-03-2010, 06:44 AM   #16
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Miller mobile home oil furnace

Will do exactly that......
Originally Posted by yuri View Post
The only way to know the size you need is to do a heat loss/load calculation:Load Calculator
and get some professional advice from 3 local companies about duct sizing and furnace size. The new furnaces are more energy efficient/have better burners. Not sure how long Millers last but my experience with mobile home units is that they are not as heavy duty as the average house type and are not expected to last as long.

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