LENNOX G32 Furnace
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As a member of Lennox's Elite Series of furnaces, the G32 is a discontinued mid-level furnace offering up to 94 percent AFUE. According to information from its introduction in 2001, this model features two-stage heating, meaning it was designed to consistently operate on a lower heating level until the system detects a change in the temperature. Benefits of two-stage heating include even heating throughout the home, reduced energy usage and increased temperature regulation, according to the manufacturer.
Additional components of the G32 include a low speed continuous fan operation setting for increased air circulation, an insulated blower motor compartment designed to reduce operation noise, and a two-stage gas valve that quietly adjusts the levels of gas depending on which stage of heating is operating.
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Consumer Reviews of the LENNOX G32
Date created: 2013-01-07
Name: Bob B.
Location: Toledo, Ohio
"Not real happy"
This furnace was installed in August 2003. I change the filters regularly and blow out the air lines every couple months. No matter what I do, this furnace has to be serviced every year. And usually on a Holiday or weekend. The company that installed it said we must have the furnace and a/c "tuned up" once a year or it voids our warranty. Called Lennox this morning and they said the same thing. But nowhere in our paperwork does it say we have to have it serviced once a year for the warranty. This is total bs. We dropped about $12k between the 2. Now we are supposed to spend another $160 a year for "tune ups"? I would not buy another Lennox for sure.
Date created: 2011-12-10
Name: D. Benson
Years owned: 10
"Been a good furnace"
I have had no problems until now after 10 years. The combustion blower motor went out. A reasonably priced replacement can be easily found many places on the Internet. My first concern was a circuit board failure when the furnace was installed because I kept hearing of other peoples furnaces failing from dead circuit boards. Not this one. A tip a Lennox dealer said was to blow out the small tube from behind the top access door. Pull off the tube from the left rubber piece and blow into the tube. a 't' fitting can plug and cause water to get in the fan area causing failure. I suggest pouring a lean bleach mixture into the tube and flushing it if repeated problems occur.
Date created: 2008-03-23
Name: Nelson Kalin
Location: Winnipeg, MB
Years owned: 6
Water sounds in the the fan which caused the g32 unit to quit. I have called Winnipeg Supply for several calls, but they can not find the root cause. So far all I do is spend money on last minute calls when the unit fails. Never buy a Lennox.
Other G32 Reviews
Lennox and the G32 receive mixed review around the web. Contractors on hvac-talk.com regard Lennox products as quality equipment, but then note the amount of troubleshooting issues they have with the brand. Several professionals state that they frequently receive service calls for Lennox products and the company isn't proficient at developing the solutions to system issues until after the problem is identified.
These contractors also cite experiencing problems with several components of the G32, including the inducer and roll-outs. These reviewers advise cleaning this unit out frequently to prevent problems, as the piping and internal system are susceptible to accumulating debris and access buildup.
In turn, homeowners on hvac-talk.com post troubleshooting problems with the G32, including trouble with the system wiring and recurring failures and service calls.
LENNOX G32 Model Numbers
The G32 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.
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The G32 is equipped with a 20-year warranty on the heat exchanger and a 5-year limited parts warranty. Lennox does not require homeowners to register their product to receive the full warranty. Additional coverage must be purchased through a Lennox dealer and must be registered.