Suburban NT-20SE

Discussion in 'Heating / Cooling Systems' started by YardPig, Feb 22, 2008.

  1. YardPig

    YardPig New Member

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    Just picked it up from the post office.

    Suburban NT-20SE DSI

    Bought on Ebay from seller dealindarrel

    Price delivered with freight & tax (no duty charged on furnaces) was less than half what most RV joints around here wanted for it.

    Item was shipped within 12 hours of payment, ExpressPost, didn't pad the freight more than 5%, which is totally acceptable by me for gas/packing/time, etc. Will deal with this Ebayer again when wife says to go with hot water unit.

    Item arrived as described, brand new with all items in box. A couple rips in the box, but furnace was untouched.

    Going to tear out my old factory Duotherm and replace with this one.

    Will update shortly on how it goes.



    Take care
    Shawn

    1988 Starcraft Starflyer

    Edited by - YardPig on February 22 2008 00:38:04
     
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    YardPig New Member

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    OK, I have just about everything complete, but having a bit of a brain fart on the wiring. Can someone guide me. The two blue are for the thermostat, but on the old furnace it had power going to one side of the thermostat as well. It doesn't show very clear in the Suburban manual. Thanks.

    Take care
    Shawn

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    1988 Starcraft Starflyer

    Edited by - YardPig on March 01 2008 23:21:29
     
  3. kmh1596

    kmh1596 Wilbraham, MA

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    hrm... I haven't had much experience in wiring heaters in the PUPs, but if one of them had power before, one will have to have power now as well I'd think? Unless of course that style thermostat works on completing the ground circuit? I dont know enough about them to help you, sorry!
    As for this seller, how much are his hot water heaters?
    Kevin

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  4. YardPig

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    I found a diagram that is more clear on hookups.

    Here is current listings, he updates his listings every day. Let me know how his prices are on the hot water heater, might be my next mod. I waited and he listed the nt20se for no reserve, ended up snatching it for $200, his buy it now on that same furnace is around $275. Maybe watch him for a couple weeks and see if he tries that again, might get a fantastic deal.

    http://search.ebay.com/ws/search/SaleSearch?sofocus=bs&satitle=&sacat=-1%26catref%3DC5&fbd=1&dfsp=1&from=R6&nojspr=y&pfid=0&fswc=1&few=&saprclo=&saprchi=&fss=1&saslop=1&sasl=dealindarrel&fls=4%26floc%3D1&sargn=-1%26saslc%3D0&salic=1&saatc=1&sadis=200&fpos=V8M+1X6&fsct=&sacur=0&sacqyop=ge&sacqy=&sabfmts=0&saobfmts=exsif&ftrt=1&ftrv=1&sabdlo=&sabdhi=&saaff=afdefault&afcj=&afmp=&fsop=1%26fsoo%3D1&fcl=3&frpp=50

    Take care
    Shawn

    1988 Starcraft Starflyer

    Edited by - YardPig on March 02 2008 12:36:46
     

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