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checker 01-Feb-10 - 08:45 PM ET

Subject: F/S Monitor Heater GF 200 Propane/Nat Gas
From: checker
Date: Mon, Feb 01, 2010 - 08:45 PM ET
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New Monitor Heater GF 200 Propane or Natural Gas (Fan type direct vent wall furnace)120V, 2 speed fan - with Warranty and all documentation and installation parts, NEW Old Stock, Current Monitor Model that is similar is GF 1800 at $1260 average cost ....Bought for a planned Cabin in North Wisconsin couple years ago. Never built cabin.....bought Cabin that had this same type heater....very effecient automatic heat source. 93% Efficient! Easy to self-install! Hassle-free system! Thermostatically Controlled. Can be propane or natural gas. DIMENSIONS: 25.6" H x 20.9" W x 12.4" D HEATING CAPACITY: Approx. 1500 Sq. Ft. EFFICIENCY: 93% Gross, 88% Net BTU's: 20,000/hour GF-200 Specs below: GF-200 Input Input Rating BTU/HR Output Rating BTU/HR Manifold Pressure Inlet Gas Pressure Natural Gas High 20,000 16,000 3.15" w.c.(80mm H²O) Max 10.5" w.c.(267mm H²0) Low 12,600 10,200 1.34" w.c.(34mm H²O) Min 5.1" w.c.(130mm H²O) LP High 20,000 16,000 3.19" w.c.(81mm H²O) Max 13.0" w.c.(330mm H²O) Low 13,400 10,900 1.42" w.c.(36mm H²O) Min. 11.0" w.c.(279mm H²O) The minimum and maximum inlet gas supply pressure are for the purpose of input adjustment. ELECTRICAL RATING - 120V 60HZ less than 2 amps CIRCULATION FAN CAPACITY - High 388 CFM, Low 300 CFM WEIGHT - 82 lbs. AFUE - 83% HEATING CAPACITY - Approx 1,500 sq. ft. 5-minute memory backup to retain auto program. $1100 shipped lower 48 or trade reloading components or ?

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