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Old 08-16-2012, 09:04 PM   #1
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Source for furnace vent exhaust cover

The furnace is a Suburban NT-24s, part number is 260127. I have googled the heck out this but everyone wants to sell me ceiling vents!
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Furnace Insect Screens to Protect your RV - PPL Motor Homes

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Thanks for the link, I searched the PPL online parts catalog and got nuthin, though I will invest in those bug screens as soon as I get a vent cover! :( I am sure there is a suitable non-suburban vent cover that would work but the nearest rv supply store is 70 miles away and I'm don't really want to do that drive for a <$20 part
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See if the cover on this site is like yours it should be

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I sent them a email to see if they had any covers or you can just call them
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Airxcel makes the Suburban Furnace. According to their FAQs, you should be able to order replacement parts through a Suburban service center. Here is there service center/map locator:
Airxcel | Suburban Manufacturing Service
Might be easier to just call them though, their contact us page has the phone number.
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Are you also going to do the water heater vent and refrigerator vents?
We did those as well, just as easy to install.
What I can't find is a screen for the stove exhaust fan vent opening.
Used PPL, fast shipping BTW.
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Thanks a lot for the replies, working on it now!
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See if the cover on this site is like yours it should be

Suburban NT Furnace

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I sent them a email to see if they had any covers or you can just call them
Yup, that's the one I'm looking for, just to be clear right now i have NOTHING over those holes, except holes lol.

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Airxcel makes the Suburban Furnace. According to their FAQs, you should be able to order replacement parts through a Suburban service center. Here is there service center/map locator:
Airxcel | Suburban Manufacturing Service
Might be easier to just call them though, their contact us page has the phone number.
Hope this helps!
Ha! There is a service center in my little town! Just called, they're closed today but I'll try again Monday, thanks!

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Are you also going to do the water heater vent and refrigerator vents?
We did those as well, just as easy to install.
What I can't find is a screen for the stove exhaust fan vent opening.
Used PPL, fast shipping BTW.
No immediately, right now my rig has no cover at all on the furnace exhaust, the holes make it look a bit ghetto.
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