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What about the Champion series?
The 4-ton unit is rated 79 dBA, but the 3-ton one is only 74. The funny thing is that Carrier claims that the Comfort series' noise leve is at 72 dBA, but many people say the Comfort series is known...
I think it's either a Affinity or a Champion. The funny thing is most Internet links reference Affinity, but York's Web site only has the Champion line. Are they the same?
Haha! You know what I mean. :mad:
I did a search on York A/C and found out that there is a lot of complaints about they being noisy. Do you guys have any experience on York products?
It's not an insult. Your posts got everyone into it.
I really appreciate all you experts helping out on this, even the dangling wrangler. ;) It's just that the more A/C guys I got, the more confused I get. The unit is over 15 years old, so I do want...
Thanks powell! So it's a 3.5 tons?
The top line is definitely AH301FT-077. The "?" is the letter I couldn't make of. Sorry.
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I got this off the compressor, and I really appreciate your help trying to decode this for me:
E L 2 6c 995131 AH5?46E
V200 Hx50 PH1
And 3 A/C guys say 4 tons, and 1 recommends a 5.
Oh yeah. The house is about 1700, with a room above the garage, and this room pretty much gets the sun all day. The A/C takes about 3+ hrs to cool the house from 85 to 80 on 95 degrees days, which...
OK. Let's see if I could get a model number off the compressor, and we can turn up the heat a bit more. ;) Could it be a 3 or 4. The time it takes to cool (or almost cool) the house, it ain't a...
This is actually funny. I've gotten 4 A/C guys, and none of them offered to do a load calculation.
OK guys, I don't want no trouble here. :o I'm just trying find out what I current have so I won't get something that's oversized.
Unfortunately, the 2 A/C guys I tried couldn't find out the tonnage.
The label on the unit is no longer there.
Is it possible to find out the tonnage of the AC from the compressor?
So I think I am going to go with this company my friend recommended. The company quoted me a York Champion Ultra w/R-410A. What do you guys think about York package units?
Very good point, Sammy. Thanks! I guess since replacing a rooftop unit requires more work, it is expected that the cost would be more than replacing a split unit (which is more common these days)?
This is good to know. Thanks Dave.
OK guys, let's get back to MY question! ;) What about the weight of the unit? Are the rooftop package units pretty much the same? Since it will be on top, it concerns me a little.
Oh, I didn't realize that - my apology.