Just because you're on the go doesn't mean you have to miss out on all the fun.
There was no other manufacturer's info on the plate.
The info sheet on the home included, "Newer furnace, A/C, and electrical." and I didn't believe it.
), which could be why Sears basically is no more, having been bought out by Kmart and most of their stores now being "Sears Essentials," which is a laugher.
Sucked last tenth member, I crawled out from under the table.
When they were with me, I quickly left the store and went home.
If it's an 86, I would have made a different notation in my report.
Regards Gerry Hi to all, Russel, according to Prestons guide Sears stopped using purely numeric model #'s in 1990/1991 and switched to a mixed Alpha-numeric, like yourself I am somewhat surprised to be thinking of a HE furnace from the mid 80's.
Virtually everything "made by Sears" is now made by someone else and that someone else also takes responsibility ("Problem with your ________.
Model No: 867.769224 S/N: H611 39071 Usually I would expect the YY/MM to be decipherable from the S/N but these numbers don't make much sence.