1980s Coleman model 4312 Circulating Air furnace - Fiberglass RV


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Old 11-03-2019, 10:00 AM   #1
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1980s Coleman model 4312 Circulating Air furnace

Hi there


This may be a long shot BUT does anyone have a broken/spare Coleman 4312 model furnace around? These were made in the 80s. I broke a small piece off mine when servicing and cant find the part anywhere.


I have checked ALL local/online plumbing/heating/rv shops.


I am hoping someone has a furnace that bit the dust and I can buy and pay for shipping on that part.

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Old 11-03-2019, 03:20 PM   #2
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It is a gas pipe elbow fitting. You should be able to find a suitable replacement part for it at an RV dealer who services propane equipment. This is not a part that is only specific to that make and model. It is more in the nature of a universal type of fitting. Take your broken part with you so they can be sure to match the thread size.


If you are trying to have them match the part to an old part number that will be an exercise in frustration. So you need to use the generic name for its function.
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Old 11-03-2019, 03:31 PM   #3
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It is a gas pipe elbow fitting. You should be able to find a suitable replacement part for it at an RV dealer who services propane equipment. This is not a part that is only specific to that make and model. It is more in the nature of a universal type of fitting. Take your broken part with you so they can be sure to match the thread size.


If you are trying to have them match the part to an old part number that will be an exercise in frustration. So you need to use the generic name for its function.
Went to 3 big RV parts stores. They all said good luck. It has an orofice at the end and it seems a tube was compressed to connect the two pieces
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