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Luxaire TG9S Furnace Overview

As a member of Luxaire’s basic gas furnace product line, the Climasure Series, the TG9S Series is promoted by the manufacturer for providing efficient and quiet home heating. The single-stage heat units in this line offer 95.5 percent AFUE and feature self-cleaning Inshot burners, and a burner box designed to muffle operation noise and ensure low sound levels.

The TG9S also features durable performance, according to the manufacturer, with its aluminized steel tubular heat exchangers built to resist corrosion and cracks, a heavy-duty pre-painted cabinet, built-in shutoff sensors and a shut-off main gas valve for increased safety, and a low maintenance hot-surface ignition system.

With all 11 models in this series standing at only 33 inches tall, this product line is designed for installation in tight spots, such as closets, attics or garages. The TG9 furnace also is built using common service parts, allowing for low maintenance costs.

Furnace Filters for the Luxaire TG9S

Air Flow Configuration Cabinet Width Filter Size(s)
All 14-1/2-x-13-3/8″ 14x25x1 (bottom)
16x25x1 (side)
All 17-1/2-x-16-3/8″ 16x25x1 (bottom)
All 21-x-19-7/8″ 20x25x1 (bottom)
All 24-1/2×23-3/8″ 22x25x1 (bottom)

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Consumer Reviews of Luxaire TG9S

3.6

  • Very Satisfied
    11
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    3
  • Neutral
    0
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    1
  • Very Unsatisfied
    6
  • #4 of 10 Luxaire Furnace
  • 66.67% of customers recommended

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Luxaire TG9S Furnace Reviews

Showing 11-15 of 21 reviews

"Reliable for all the wrong reasons"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I purchased my furnace 5 years ago. I chose it because it met my price range and the heating and cooling contractor said it was a very reliable brand. It has broken down the last 4 years. Yes, this furnace is reliable – I can count on it breaking down every year. To date I have replaced 1 flame sensor, the condensation pan, pressure switches and, just last week, the blower motor. I do not plan on having this furnace in my home come next winter, as I’ve already started getting quotes on a replacement. I will never purchase a Luxaire product again.

Canada

"Works great, very efficient"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

A very nice machine, it runs quietly and very efficiently. I am very happy with the unit. I have had it for a year with no problems.

Illinois

"Quiet furnace!"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

Since I have only just had the installation done, I am happy so far. I loved the Lennox that was 30-plus years old, but the pilot would not stay lit. I have ultimate confidence in my contractor, and they suggested the Luxaire, so we are hoping the furnace performs as well as the installer!

Waterford, MI

"Interesting fact"

2.0 rating
Somewhat Unsatisfied

Had the furnace 3-4 years, and the power vent seized. My wife and I have complained about the inconsistency of the heat and blowing cold air. We were constantly adjusting the thermostat. I sit near the furnace room in the basement and have thought that it seems the furnace had a mind of its own. The power vent was stopping and starting all the time, and differently. I could never figure out the pattern. I discovered the thermostat has cycle settings. The default of the thermostat was 5 times an hour. For this furnace (higher than 90% EFF) it should be 3 times an hour. Now it works normally, and the heat is more even. I also wonder if this contributed to the vent motor burning out prematurely.

Toronto, Ontario

"Do your research and spend a little money on quality"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Only had the furnace 5.5 years (just outside the warranty) and now need the unit overhauled. I would never buy this product again, nor would I recommend it to someone who isn’t my friend. What I feel is wrong with the unit/product is the poor quality of its parts. The major money maker is not the sale of the furnace, it’s after the installation. This is where the money comes flowing into the dealer (during the maintenance of the unit). Parts are always breaking and/or cracking. Sure, there is a discount on the parts; however, there is still an out-of-pocket cost, a service call/diagnostic cost. If you do purchase this product, get the extended warranty and a service agreement! You should always have the unit maintained yearly; however, be prepared to spend extra money on maintenance!

Milwaukee, WI

Other TG9S Reviews

Reviews around the web are generally positive for both Luxaire and the TG9S. While the TG9S may not be a top-tier model, it is regarded as a quality basic heating unit. Webhvac.com notes that this series is a popular choice for homeowners looking for a low-cost unit without the sophisticated add-ons.

While some forums report troubleshooting queries, such as the furnace not lighting or individual components not functioning properly, contractors mention that Luxaire, overall, makes quality HVAC equipment. These professionals cite having only minimal issues with these systems over the years.

Luxaire TG9S Model Numbers

The TG9S is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model Number AFUE BTUs per Hour
TG9S040A08MP11 95.5 40,000
TG9S060A10MP11 95.5 60,000
TG9S060B12MP11 95.5 60,000
TG9S080B12MP11 95.5 80,000
TG9S080C16MP11 95.5 80,000
TG9S080C22MP11 95.5 80,000
TG9S100C16MP11 95.5 100,000
TG9S100C20MP11 95.5 100,000
TG9S120D16MP11 95.5 120,000
TG9S120D20MP11 95.5 120,000
TG9S130D20MP11 95.5 130,000

TG9S Warranty

Furnaces in the Luxaire's Climasure line receive a lifetime limited warranty on the heat exchanger and a 10-year limited warranty on parts. Homeowners must register their furnace online within 90 day of installation to receive the full warranty. Failure results in the coverage term decreasing to five years.

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