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    Rheem RTU replacement for model number REG073E1JKR

    I am trying to find some information on this existing unit model number but have been unable to locate anything. There are four of these units on a building here in Louisville, KY and I am attempting to get a curb cut sheet for the eixsting units in order to have our curb manufacturer produce curb adaptors. Can anyone help me out here?

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    Model # should be 4 letters not 3.

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    RRGE was a popular unit. I'll try looking that up.

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    There's also a RREG electric heat unit from 20 some years ago. Still some digits wrong. With any heat in them, it would be RREG-020075 for 20kw 7.5 ton. On gas heat it would be RRGE-200075 for 200K input 7.5 ton. So really better get the correct full model #. I don't know if new Rheems fit the old curb or not. I'd guess no.

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