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October 2, 2014
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FURNACE PARTSBIG JACK REPAIR PARTS

BIG JACK REPAIR PARTS

BIG JACK FURNACE REPAIR PARTS

Key No. Product No. Description
†Price Each
1 205 Jacket (top)
$40.60
2 204 Jacket Side (right)
47.50
3 113 Fire Brick 9 x 4-1/2 x 1-1/4 (19-1/2 Req.)
6.25
4 119 Smoke Flap
31.59
5 117 Grate Fillers
17.59
6 105 Cast Iron Grate
166.55
7 111 Draft Inducer Gasket
1.40
8 110 Draft Inducer

112.15

9 115 Fire Door Gasket
14.55
10 114 Fire Door Assembly
110.59
11 107 Door Handle Assembly
20.29
12 101 Ash Door Assembly
70.59
13 102 Ash Door Gasket
11.59
14 104 Ash Pan
55.39
15 201 Fire Box Assembly
1,406.59
16 203 Jacket Side (left)
47.59
17 206 2 Piece Baffle
89.55
18 10107000 Fan & Limit Control (Honeywell)
112.30
19 118 Poker Assembly
11.29
20 121 Transformer/Relay
85.65
21 11-21 Wiring Harness (complete)
33.89
* 500 1460 CFM Blower & 1/4HP Motor (optional)
340.00
* J203 Blower Cabinet (optional)

154.00

* 10108400

Honeywell FocusPro 5000 Digital
Thermostat(optional)

74.20
* 10106602 6-inch Barometric Draft Reg.
39.45

* Not Illustrated
** Optional
†Please note: Prices shown are per single unit and do not include shipping or sales tax (where applicable). Prices are subject to change without notice. 
Please call 1-800-358-0060 to order.
 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Keith, I received all the parts I ordered on Monday August 15th two days later on Wednesday the 17th. Having bought my Big Jack furnace back in 1981 I was a little concerned that getting parts for it would be difficult.

I live in the Catskill Mountains of New York State. Sullivan County to be exact. The winters here can be harsh. My Big Jack wood furnace has went through three floods. The water getting well in the burning chamber each time. The blower motor submerged, the draft inducing motor under twice.

After the first flood all I had to do was change the filter, oil the blower motor and fire it up, the second flood was more damaging, I had to replace the blower motor but it was over 20 years old at that time anyways, the third flood saw the draft inducer motor say enough, but it, too, was 25 years old by that time.

Over the course of the last 30 years now I've replaced the burning grate three times, the fire brick intermittently here and there because my son used to be rough filling the burning chamber, and this is the first time I've replaced the smoke chamber grates.

Once the Big Jack furnace is lit up in late October it never goes out until well into late March or early April. My house is toasty warm and I look forward to many more years of service out of my furnace.

I highly recommend this furnace to anyone thinking of a hot air unit.

Thank you for the fast service.

Randy Hoag
Livingston Manor, NY