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      I have a special topic for tonight's Office Hours webinar on electric circuit troubleshooting and EEPs. If you've taken the Fundamentals course or watched any of my Youtube videos, you know that EEPs are a topic near and dear to my heart. EEPs = Electrically Equivalent Points. Identifying EEPs on a schematic is a key skill for any appliance tech today.  Another special feature about this Office Hours: in addition to the usual Academy students and Professional Appliantologist members, Senior Appliantology Fellows and Legacy Techs at Appliantology are also welcome to join us for this Office Hours. Just click into the topic below to RSVP and to get the connection info.   
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How much should brand new furnace and installation cost?

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I am about to buy a 1200SQ FT house that will be needing a new furnace very soon. The current one is original to the house and needs to go. I realize prices vary based on size,model, and company but i wanted to get an idea of what we can expect to spend and also what others are using and are happy with.

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Kay

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What size is the old one. If yall thought it was lame go 1 ton higher.

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You don't say how old your current unit is, or what climate you live in but if the current furnace is atmospheric venting (chimney etc) - you can expect to shell out in the neighborhood of 10K as many modifications will be required to bring your system "up to code". You will also have a useless cinderblock chimney in the centre of your house as it's services will no longer be required. You will need 80K-100K BTU unit.

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