View Full Version : Carrier rtu model #?
01-08-2008, 04:45 PM
Is this a good model #
think unit is 14 years old
Serial # is barely visible.
can you get a model # from the serial #?
possible serial 1493G26364
There should be a sticker in or around the elecrical compartment with the #s on it. The mod #s dont sound right to me.
01-08-2008, 06:35 PM
93 in the serial should indicate a '93 model if correct.
Did you look in the control panel for model/serial? Carrier often has it on a sticker in there too, in addition to the outdoor plate.
You could have carrier fax you the literature on the 'suspect' model#.
01-08-2008, 06:46 PM
qd= should be there, but not sure if it would be qd or 2 other letters. Significant i think, but not sure what they represent. Sometimes indicates a difference in heating type.
06= missing a digit, perhaps 006? that would be a 5 ton.
620= 480 volt
va= 2 digits belong there, don't know the signifigance of them, probably not important.
01-08-2008, 08:13 PM
No such luck inside the cabinet (the electrical cover is completely missing). I found this model # on the unit next to the one I was working on. I went over it 5 times and it is the correct model # written on the unit (it was actually pretty readable) oh by the way it is 006 not 06 for 5 ton. That was a typo. I'll keep searching. Thanks for the input.
01-09-2008, 06:25 AM
hope this works
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