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I'm surprised the company you purchased it from didn't give you information. Most would be happy to do that because it could help them make the sale.

i'm not surprised at all.

just went through the process with Windows and a Furnace..

1) <hand-waving>
2) i'll need some sort of docs for IRS
3) <what sort??>
4) something that Proves what i bought

... actual knowledge of IRS forms? <see your tax professional>


FWIW -- looked to me like there was an "energy credit" LINE on the 1040, and a separate "energy credit" worksheet
.... could likely find something at
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