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  1. #1
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    Insider Mobile home unit???

    I am looking at a 97 Model trailer with a Insider system. Is this a self contained inside unit? I can't find a a/c condenser outside and the guy sailing it said that the compressor was inside? Can parts still be found for this in case I have to repair anything? The system info. Listed below


    Model#. CDHP36A100B

    Serial# 95060143

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    It ended up in the Carrier family, might be a source of parts.

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    Friedrich is who you would have to call for parts. And yes they will be expensive.
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    junebug1066,

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    So is it a self contained inside heat pump with no outdoor unit? Also I am assuming if need to replace would choose too put down flow air handler in & place outdoor heat pump?

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    Yes it is a self contained unit. Think of it as a package unit just inside the house. Hence the name. Friedrich makes a replacement self contained indoor unit but if you want to do the next guy a favor put in an air handler and a heat pump
    The only true knowledge is the pursuit of knowledge

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    I learn something every day...
    never heard of Insider.

    does it work Adam?
    ducts in floors?
    what type of insulation in floors
    (usually blown fg with 'belly' covering)
    The cure of the part should not be attempted without the cure of the whole. ~Plato

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    They aren't unusual. Like a Magic Pak or commonly known today as a V-tak. They've been around since the 60s. Fedders made them that long ago.

    Friedrich, GE Zoneline, Skymark, Magic Pak, they are still out there.

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