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  1. #1
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    Two a/c units, can you tell me age and tonnage? Thanks

    Attached are two photos of labels with model number and serial numbers.

    Would anyone be so kind as to tell me the age and tonnage of these condensing units?

    I appreciate having this forum to help me out.
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    2nd one was manufactured in the 11th week of 2003
    gonna have to get to a lennox book for the first one
    brb

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    duplicate

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    1st one November of 1999 2.5 ton condenser

    2nd one 4 ton 11th week of 2003

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    isn't that 4 ton a Payne package unit?
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    isn't that 4 ton a Payne package unit?
    Nope looks like a 10 seer condenser.
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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    isn't that 4 ton a Payne package unit?
    A package unit would also have FLA for the indoor blower.

    Check out the SC listing on it. 20
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    Lennox = Dec 1999 (2.5ton)

    Payne = 11th week of 2003 (4 ton)

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