The Bryant Legacy Line 80 is an economical gas furnace. With an 80% AFUE rating, this series has a heating capacity of up to 154,000 BTU. It features a pilot-light-free ignition, single-speed motor blower, and a durable galvanized steel cabinet.
At just over 33 inches tall, this compact series can be installed in four standard positions with 13 available vent configurations. The Legacy 80 can also be converted to propane and has low NOx burner options available.
The furnace started making make noise the first day they installed it. They made 15 service trips to try to correct the issue but they were never able to correct it. I ask them to replaced the furnace with another one but the company refused. I am still living with the noise and the company refuses to correct the issue. I would not recommend a Bryant furnace to anyone.
Other Legacy 80 Reviews
Overall, consumers seem to be pleased with the Bryant Legacy Line 80. One reviewer on heatpumpprice.net notes: This line may not be the highest efficiency but it makes up for it with dependable durability.
Although some posters on gasfurnaceguide.com report occasional break downs and slightly noisy operation, users overall are happy with the performance and longevity of their unit.
Bryant offers a 10-year limited parts and a 20-year heat exchanger limited warranty. The secondary heat exchanger also carries a 20-year labor limited warranty. Homeowners must register their purchases at bryant.com within 90 days of purchase or installation (if installed in a new home).
Products registered after 90 days will receive 5-year warranty on parts and 20-year warranty on heat exchangers.
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