Coleman DGAA Furnace
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Overview of the DGAA
The Coleman DGAA product line is an 80% AFUE gas furnace designed for
manufactured homes. Compact in size, this model features zero clearance and can
easily be installed in tight spaces in mobile or modular homes.
Coleman advertises this line as "air conditioning ready" with blowers capable of
handling up to 4 tons of air conditioning and built-in coil cabinets designed to work
with cooling units. According to Coleman, these features allow for easy installation and
highly efficient operation.
In addition, the DGAA series features a fail-safe auto ignition system, aluminized steel
heat exchanger, scratch resistant panels, and is equipped with a convertible gas valve
and gas orifices for natural or propane gas. The DGAA also uses universal disposable
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Consumer Reviews of the Coleman DGAA
Date created: 2012-10-05
Name: Kris Howell
Location: Fort Wayne, Indiana
I had this furnace installed 3 years ago. I have had to replace pressuse switches every year at $200.00 a piece. Last year my installer said Coleman had problems with the switch and redesigned it. Cross my fingers $600.00 later it works this year. I have had a coleman at my last home that lasted 25 years and no problem. I even sent Coleman a E-mail in regard to this issue and never heard a word from them. Where did thier customer service go?
Date created: 2012-09-07
Name: patricia ballard
Location: colorado springs, co
"piece of crap"
Purchased this furnace with a/c in September of 2011 and have had to have the blower motor replaced four times in four months. Don't buy this unit..it is a lemon.
Date created: 2012-02-13
Name: NANCY OLIVER
Location: kalamazoo mich
Years owned: 10
I live in a double wide mobile home-my husband and I purchased it brand new in 2002- 4 days ago the furnace went out-when I called "the furnace guy" to look at it they told me - they could not fix it as there were 3 very large and deep cracks in the wall of the furnace, and it has been leaking carbon monoxide gas, and if they did try to fix it-it would catch the insullation on fire. they showed me these large cracks, and also informed me that the furnace was too large for this mobile home- another reason why it was not efficient! When I called coleman with this information-they told me that the warranty of that model was expired last year-and it was not thier problem. lesson do not ever buy a coleman furnace!
Date created: 2012-01-03
Name: J. Harm
Location: Defiance, Ohio
Years owned: 7
"stuck babysitting pressure switch"
Bought before I retired so I wouldn't have to worry about keeping warm. Had to extend stack, replace induced draft fan assembly, igniter, circuit board has hot spot on it, it may turn to toast. Am babysitting combustion air switch. Is stuck closed as the diagnostic light flashes. Want to scream or is that cry!!!!!!!
Date created: 2011-12-05
Name: J Ludlow
Location: Reno nv
Years owned: 1
"Night Mare Heating"
I have had this Night Mare Coleman Furnace Model # DGAA056BDT* for 3 nights and it is so noisy and loud I can't sleep . Comes on and off every hour. Blows warm air instead of Hot. I turned it off for the night and in the morning it took 3 hours for the temperature to rise 10 degrees. I am really disappointed in this furnace. I am going to have my old one replaced.
Date created: 2011-11-02
Name: Duane Smith
Location: Perry, Mi.
Years owned: 6
"Furnace Is Junk"
This Coleman DGAA077BDT* furnace was a replacement for a 21 year old Intertherm. Soon after the contractor installed the furnace we started having problems. At the beginning of every heating season from 2005 until present, we have had to replace pressure switches and ignitors. The outer doors have plastic holders that have been broken by service men removing doors. The filters do not stay in place when you replace them. This heating season, another ignitor and pressure switch problem and then the contractor discovered a 4 inch crack in the heat exchanger. The contractor himself called the unit "a lousey lemon which should be replaced by the factory" I have written to Coleman Heating and Cooling 3 different times about the furnace and have never received a response. The contractor and the distributor both claim to have been fighting with Coleman for a replacement, but to no avail. They finally replaced the heat exchanger, but wanted $890 labor to install. Told them we couldn't afford that so they "reduced" it to $400. We are in our 80's on social security and can't afford this kind of ripoff. Finally hired a different contractor and he has the furnace running at present. Of course this cost us another service call and parts. Coleman should be banned from making these kinds of products.
Date created: 2011-01-28
Name: Completely Disgusted
Location: Northeastern, OH
"2 pieces of JUNK"
Unfortunately, we bought 2 furnaces, dgaa090bdta and dgah077bbsa, they are both junk! Replaced several parts on the dgah, ignitors (twice), blow motor and circuit board and now it has a hole in the heat exchanger. Repairman checked the other and it's already cracked. Should have left the old less efficent models in, because the newer ones are much less efficent once you consider all the repair bills. Will never buy or recommend Coleman again!
Date created: 2010-12-16
Name: J & S McCauley
Location: Glenevis, Alberta, Canada
Jan 2009 We replaced 20 Year Mobile Furnace with a Coleman DGAA077BDTB..(same model of furnace someone else is Very unsatisfied with) and Feb 2010 had to have Combustion Air switch replaced at over $360 as our one year warranty was over... My husband said he did not know about the one year Warranty or he would never have bought it. When the fellow came out to replace the Switch he advised us to buy another( $360) as they are the first to go. also when the furnace turns on The Combustion Air switch is the first to come on and oh is it noisy...some times it wakes us up. Any way as of Dec 16 2010 the Combustion switch is getting loader and the squirrel Cage is making a few extra rounds after the furnace shuts down... so another $360 and hopeful only a bearing. I have a letter in with Coleman now, but from all the review I have read they are not going to Stand by their name going to be buying some floor heater as I am sure it will break down this winter. Must be prepared...sad to say DO NOT buy Coleman
Date created: 2009-07-30
Years owned: 1
Just replaced our old coleman furnace with a new one.We live in a mobile home with the furnace close to the bedrooms this new coleman furnace model #dgaa077bdtb is very noisy at least twice as much as the old one.If only I new I would of kept the old one.How are we now going to sleep at night this winter.
Other DGAA Reviews
Based on reviews from around the web, DGAA is regarded as a quality HVAC unit.
Consumers who purchased the product at mobilehomepartstore.com state the unit was
easy to install and the small size was ideal for a mobile home.
Another review noted the DGAA offers increased energy efficient when run on propane
and boasts quiet operation. Contributors also added that the filter is easier to find than
Forums on answers.yahoo.com discussed system malfunctions with this unit after a few
years of operation. Many of the responses indicated the warranty will cover most issues.
Coleman DGAA Model Numbers
The DGAA is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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Coleman offers a 2 year parts and labor warranty with 10 year heat exchanger warranty
for the DGAA series. Consumers must register their products through the Coleman
website to receive the full warranty.