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there are some that have a natural gas fired mini-generator, which produces the electricity to power the heat pump side. used in places where nat gas is much cheaper than electricity rates. they're pretty expensive though.
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Then there's the gas piggy back units, where there is a gas fired furnace for when it is cold. But then, I've never seen one, so that means they cannot exist.
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desgnr wrote:

$7650.
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