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Lennox Pulse Furnaces G-14, and G-21 series general info FYI

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#1 Daveb1972

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Posted 09 February 2012 - 09:34 PM

Hello all, Lennox is finally giving in on the Pulse units. Now first let me say I am a Pulse furnace fan, they are pretty neat units. That said, lennox will no longer make most of the "critical parts" for these furnaces. There is an aftermarket ignition control for these, made by BASO BGN891.

There is some warantee relief for the original owners and for subsequent owners less than 15-20 years (depends on which bulletin you read, see the below info...



MEMO
To: Lennox Dealers
Subject: Revised PulseTM Key Component Replacement Procedure
Date: October 1, 2011
Effective October 1, 2011(1), Lennox will implement a revised PulseTM Key Component Replacement Procedure to replace Lennox PulseTM furnaces when key components, that are unique to the PulseTM furnace, are no longer produced by Lennox or our suppliers. This procedure applies to:
Heat Exchanger Replacement
Key Component(2) Not Available (Other than HE)
The original furnace owner or, If not the original owner, installation date must be less than twenty years
The original or subsequent owner and the installation date must be less than fifteen years
PROCEDURE:
During the inspection and/or service of PulseTM furnaces, if it has been determined the heat exchanger is covered by warranty(3) and a heat exchanger is found to have failed, the offer of a replacement furnace below will be made to the homeowner. If a key component (other than the heat exchanger) is found to have failed and is no longer available, the following offer of a replacement furnace will be made to the homeowner if the furnace installation is less than fifteen years. _____________________________________________________________________________________ Model Fixed Price of New Lennox Furnace to Homeowner(4) _____________________________________________________________________________________ G14/GSR14/G21/GSR21 PulseTM Replaced with EL195E $675 or future equivalent _____________________________________________________________________________________ G21V/GSR21V PulseTM Replaced with G61MPV / EL296V $875 or future equivalent _____________________________________________________________________________________
(1) This procedure applies to PulseTM furnaces with heat exchangers covered under warranty which has a key component failure and the failed part is no longer produced.
(2) See attached list of key components.
(3) PulseTM furnaces that are no longer within the heat exchanger warranty period are not eligible for this offer.
(4) Is a fixed price to be charged to the homeowner not including taxes
Upon the submission and approval of a valid Lennox PulseTM Key Component Replacement Form, the dealer will receive a credit from Lennox. This credit represents the difference between the dealer invoice amount from Lennox for the replacement furnace and the fixed price the homeowner will pay.
This procedure does not require the return of the PulseTM furnace or key component. For a failed heat exchanger, simply perform the pressure test, submit the completed PulseTM Key Component Replacement Form, and where applicable, provide proof of original ownership. Examples of proof of ownership include but are not limited to bill of sale, copies of canceled checks, loan documents, title documents, tax records and utility bills.
PulseTM Key Components
1. Heat Exchanger
2. Ignition Control
3. Gas Valves
4. Pressure Switch
5. Purge Blower
6. VSP Control (VSP-1)
7. Fan Timer Control (FTC)
8. WG1 Watchguard Control
9. Fan & Limit Control
10. Modulation Control
11. Spark Plug
12. Spark Plug Lead
13. Flame Sensor
14. Flame Sensor Lead
15. Orifices
16. Air Diaphragm Assembly
17. Gas Diaphragm Assembly
18. Air Diaphragm Housing
19. Drip Legad)
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Posted 09 February 2012 - 10:26 PM

let me know if there's anything new for my Lennox Complete Heat
After a few Taco Pumps, it's still working OK :whistling:
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Posted 09 February 2012 - 10:37 PM

Pulse furnaces...ugh... Put them next to drum furnaces in the museum of invention.

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Posted 10 February 2012 - 07:04 AM

let me know if there's anything new for my Lennox Complete Heat After a few Taco Pumps, it's still working OK :whistling:

We call em' complete HEAP. anyway, the last intonation for the complete heat HM30, was the polaris made HM61. Think HM30, upside down. And no they weren't anymore reliable. The HM30 is a fine unit if the heat exchanger doesnt pit. because its stainless, and hot it is suceptable to both clorides (NaCl/salt) and sulfates (sulphur compounds). Both of these occur in your water naturally. That said, if the water doesnt (or hasent yet) kill it, the only other item that tends to fail is the circ. Make sure you use the potable water circ, and I think I'd even look into the stailess or brass impeller versions if your brave. The other thing that seems to be an issue is the ignitor, and the inducer gaskets, Keep a good eye on the ignition groundwires too. There was a warentee option for the HM30 is the H.E. leaked, and I think it was limited to the original owner, but I can research it through Davenet (as in Dave Lennox..) if you give me the mod/ser numbers.
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Posted 10 February 2012 - 08:33 AM

yes, original owner

AM30Q2/3 - 70 - 2
5802E 49649

HM30 - 100 - 5
25 - 824J
5802F23076

city of oak Creek, suburb of Milwaukee, WI
OC Water Quality.pdf
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 06:36 AM

I sent GMFunk lots of info on the Complete Heap, er I mean Complete Heat. I'd like it if he can post them in the manuals section maybe? Hell I have LOTS of manuals I'd be willing to share.....
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 07:32 AM

I sent GMFunk lots of info on the Complete Heap

... who ? me ?
I didn't get any PM's
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 08:28 AM

I've placed all of the Complete Heat info I have in the downloads section. Used Complete Heat as the tag.
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Posted 13 February 2012 - 09:42 AM

got 'em
thanks
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