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    Heat pump size

    I have a Carrier 38RQ027 heat pump. Can anyone help me on sizing? If I remember correctly it is actually 27,000 btu's. But am not sure. Thanks

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    Oct 2010
    Anderson, South Carolina, United States
    I think 02 is 1 1/2 tons 18000 btus but not 100% sure about that.

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    Mar 2010
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    May 2007
    DC Metro Area (MD)
    27,000 btuh or more depending on the matchup. If it is matched to a Carrier air handler, find the actual ratings here:

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    May 2000
    Indianapolis, IN, USA
    Wow, haven't seen that old round in many many years! Congratulations on keeping it around so long.

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    Jul 2004
    That's and antique now. We've still got a few customers who have that vintage for AC units but all the HP's have been replaced. New Greenspeed HP sized more for heating than cooling would probably pay for itself in less than 2-years compared to what's currently there.
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