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Info on enerroyal furnace

tbrown10tbrown10 Member Posts: 2
Does anyone have any info on an EnerRoyal Furnace Model# ERLB 56-84-SFR?  Age? Manual? Parts List? Diagrams.  Serial Number is 898820


  • Robert O'BrienRobert O'Brien Member Posts: 2,834
    24 years old

    Consider yourself lucky if HX isn't cracked.
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  • tbrown10tbrown10 Member Posts: 2
    edited November 2012
    Newer then I thought

    Wow if you look at the furnace from the outside it looks like it was made in the 50's (Rounded Corners, A heat exchanger clean out port on both sides (Tech told me he had only seen a couple with those),  A nice tray for the filter).  Maybe that's why the company went out of business. 

    The Heat X looks great I am told.  The issue I am having is the combustion chamber has disintegrated the tech says they make no parts for these furnaces anymore so they are looking for an aftermarket one and the first one they ordered didn't fit correctly so they are ordering a different one.  I just want to get a couple more years out of it.  Is it worth it? 
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