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    I need the capacity for a Chrysler residential condensing unit made in the 1970's or close to that. All I have is 1273-000 S/W 2E 460316.

    Can anyone help?

    Thank you in advance.

    [Edited by jessica1234 on 06-15-2006 at 11:24 AM]

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    Originally posted by jessica1234
    I need the capacity for a Chrysler residential condensing unit made in the 1970's or close to that. All I have is 1273-000 S/W 2E 460316.
    Can anyone help?
    Thank you in advance.
    That is a 1970 to a 1976 30,000 btu or 2.5 ton 7.5 seer.
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    Originally posted by coolwhip
    Why?
    Isn't that they way to size a replacement unit?

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    Originally posted by mrbillpro
    Originally posted by jessica1234
    I need the capacity for a Chrysler residential condensing unit made in the 1970's or close to that. All I have is 1273-000 S/W 2E 460316.
    Can anyone help?
    Thank you in advance.
    That is a 1970 to a 1976 30,000 btu or 2.5 ton 7.5 seer.
    Thank you very much.

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    Originally posted by BaldLoonie
    Originally posted by coolwhip
    Why?
    Isn't that they way to size a replacement unit?
    I know ...this is what I was thinking. Too funny!
    “Now the freaks are on television, the freaks are in the movies. And it’s no longer the sideshow, it’s the whole show. The colorful circus and the clowns and the elephants, for all intents and purposes, are gone, and we’re dealing only with the freaks.” - Jonathan Winters

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