FRIGIDAIRE FG7MQ Furnace
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The Frigidaire FG7MQ is a modulating gas furnace currently produced by Nordyne. The furnace comes with a 97-percent AFUE rating, and can raise the SEER of a 13- to 14-SEER outdoor unit by a maximum of one SEER point, according to Frigidaire. The FG7MQ is equipped with a communicating thermostat, to provide comfort and efficiency. This furnace received the Energy Star “Most Efficient” rating in 2012. The Frigidaire FG7MQ features Frigidaire's iQ drive technology; according to the manufacturer, these systems run continuously at a low level, using less energy and creating less noise than other systems.
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Consumer Reviews of the FRIGIDAIRE FG7MQ
Date created: 2012-06-19
Name: James M
Location: Bracebridge, ON
"Contractor choice is key"
Look for a professional company that will search out all your needs/wants with a new furnace. My contractor started out with actually showing up on time, which is very unusual in Muskoka, next I received a detailed quotation including heat loss analysis which only one contractor provided. This contractor took the time to ensure all my needs were met and even registered the product once completed, oh ya, the furnace, Frigidaire's modulating furnace, Awesome!
Date created: 2011-11-27
Location: midland, ontario, canada
Amazing, super quiet, super efficient. my old furnace used almost twice the amount of gas and was loud. now I dont know when its on, but my house is comfortable.The hvac company was very professional, punctual and did a great job. I love my new frigidaire furnace.
Date created: 2011-10-25
Name: T higgins
Location: Barrie Ontario
Years owned: 2
I had my furnace "red tagged" because the heat exchanger was gone. I called another contractor to have it checked and there was nothing wrong with the furnace, it was just old and did not have to replace it. A year later I called the same contractor and because my furnace was 21 years old I had it replaced. The Frigidaire FG7MQ unit he put in saved me money on my gas bill and was very quiet. I do not have to turn up the tv when the furnace turns on. Thanks Luke.
Date created: 2011-05-10
Name: Tracy Collett
Location: peterborough ontario
Years owned: 2
"Peterborough money saver"
I had a Frigidaire Modulating furnace installed at my house. The savings I have over the 80% -year old furnace I replace is significant. I very happy
Date created: 2011-05-02
Name: E.A. Brownridge
Years owned: 3
"HAPPY IN ONTARIO"
I had the IQ drive heat pump and modulating furnace installed in my home and have never had my energy bills so low. The product is extremely quiet and I have had no issues
Other FG7MQ Reviews
One post on the Garden Web forum stated that the Frigidaire furnaces provide extra comfort at both the low and high stages. The FG7MQ model has a dual-stage feature.
One Frigidaire gas furnace owner writes on doityourself.com that his furnace will only operate properly with the cover removed. A contractor suggests removing the flame sensor and cleaning it with fine-grain sandpaper. This action solves the problem; several other readers report this has helped their furnaces function properly. One expert suggests that this cleaning should be done annually.
Hvac-for-beginners.com ranks this Frigidaire furnace as having four out of five stars. The FG7MQ, with its iQ drive, is the top of the line of the Frigidaire gas furnaces, and the communicating thermostat is a real plus for establishing comfort in the home.
A homeowner poses the question on justanswer.com of whether there is an easier way to clean the heat sensor than scrubbing with sandpaper or steel wool. A contractor suggests carburetor cleaner, but the homeowner says even that solution has not worked. The problem with charring and oxidation on the flame sensor seems to be the main issue mentioned online with Frigidaire gas furnaces.
FRIGIDAIRE FG7MQ Model Numbers
The FG7MQ is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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Frigidaire offers a 10-year warranty on all parts for the FG7MQ gas furnace. The entire unit will be replaced within 10 years if the heat exchanger fails. Owners must register their furnaces online within 60 days of purchase in order to receive this coverage.