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Sears Roebuck Boiler age


Mark P
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Hi Mark,

The problem with Sears furnaces is the darned things are manufactured by different manufacturer's at different times, although the Hobart brand was pretty consistent with Sears for a lot of years.

I could go out on a limb and guess that it's April of 1971, because some companies first began using coded serial numbers in 1970. For instance Chrysler and Day-Night both used a number followed by a letter to designate the year (0=1970, 1=1971, 2=1972, etc.), so if either of them had been manufacturing for Sears at the time, that might work. But that's literally a shot in the dark without anything to back it up.

Have you tried calling Sears or going to their website?

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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