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NuTone Warranty                 NuTone Pledge

NUTONE Limited Parts Warranty & NUTONE Quality Pledge

10-Year All Parts
When a product is truly built to exacting standards of quality and durability, the manufacturer's confidence is reflected in its warranty. NuTone heating and cooling products offer one of the best warranties in the business - 10 years on all parts when product is registered. See warranty details for more information.

10-Year NuTone Quality Pledge
If the heat exchanger (the major component of your furnace) or the compressor (the most important part of your air conditioner and heat pump) fails within the first 10 years (when registered), or 5 years (not registered) we'll replace the product with like product under the NuTone Quality Pledge program.

Limited Lifetime Heat Exchanger Warranty
When you register your new NuTone furnace or gas/electric packaged system, we will also extend the the heat exchanger waranty from 20 years to the limited lifetime heat exchanger warranty.

10-year on Indoor Air Quality Products & Zoning Products
When you install and register any of our NuTone Indoor Air Quality or Zoning products with your new NuTone system, we will also extend the accessory warranties to the 10-Year Limited Parts Warranty.

Warranty Registration
To assure you take advantage of these longer warranties, register your system within 60 days of installation (or within 60 days of occupancy in a new residentially constructed home with these products). See Warranty Details for more information.

Extended Warranty Protection
Ask your NuTone dealer for specific details on warranties, labor protection plans, utility rebates and consumer financing programs. Be sure to ask your NuTone Heating and Cooling Dealer about these extended options and promotions.

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Last Revised Date: May 7, 2009