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    GE Condensor Size/Age Help

    Wondering if someone can lend a hand with figuring out size and approximate age of this GE condenser at my home? Its still running like a champ behind a Bard air handler.

    Model 21TA960H1A
    Serial 216285921

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    I think it's the 21st week of 1989

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    21TA were of the 70's vintage

    thinkin' it's a 5 ton unit
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    I'm thinking early 70s. And yes, 5 ton.

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    Thanks everyone for the help. My dad was the guy who installed the unit and he couldnt remember if it was 4 or 5 ton.

    Now I just need to a couple more seasons to convince him that his baby needs to go away and its time for something much more efficient then his special spine fin that "they dont make anymore"

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    Quote Originally Posted by dsolutionsinc View Post
    Wondering if someone can lend a hand with figuring out size and approximate age of this GE condenser at my home? Its still running like a champ behind a Bard air handler.

    Model 21TA960H1A
    Serial 216285921
    My good old Preston's guide says that model was back in 1968-1969.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Bill View Post
    My good old Preston's guide says that model was back in 1968-1969.


    Great. Even more nostalgia value for him. It took 4 years to get him to scrap the furnace as long as I kept his plenum. Now... 1968 means he was like 22... Oh boy.

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