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    That's not me in the pic either!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    I honestly can't confirm or deny what you are saying isn't true on the newer Lennox units, but the older residential units had it.

    This 1994 model AC (see attachment) had it, so I would wager his early 1990's G14 unit did too.

    I have an older model number nomenclature pdf (dated 2004) that shows all the electrical codes for Lennox's residential model numbers.
    I agree with rundawg, it was on all their units until recently(not sure when they dropped it). it is not on their new stuff, at least not like it used to be(-3P for example).
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    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    I honestly can't confirm or deny what you are saying isn't true on the newer Lennox units, but the older residential units had it.

    This 1994 model AC (see attachment) had it, so I would wager his early 1990's G14 unit did too.

    I have an older model number nomenclature pdf (dated 2004) that shows all the electrical codes for Lennox's residential model numbers.
    used to be on condensing and package units.
    all G series units that i know of are 120v so no voltage designation was used in their model #s.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    used to be on condensing and package units.
    all G series units that i know of are 120v so no voltage designation was used in their model #s.
    Good catch - you are correct!

    I went back and reread the Lennox model nomenclature I have, and it says just that - No voltage designation for 120v systems.

    Thanks for keeping me straight.
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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    used to be on condensing and package units.
    all G series units that i know of are 120v so no voltage designation was used in their model #s.
    Quote Originally Posted by rundawg View Post
    Good catch - you are correct!

    I went back and reread the Lennox model nomenclature I have, and it says just that - No voltage designation for 120v systems.

    Thanks for keeping me straight.
    Yes residential a/c units have the letter designation.
    Was talking about furnaces. Thanks for clearing that up.

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    the house has a 4 ton condensor---what is the cfm of the furnace on cool?

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    that furnace has a 5 ton blower in it so at least 2000 cfm on high speed.
    IF the duct work is sized right.

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    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    that furnace has a 5 ton blower in it so at least 2000 cfm on high speed.
    IF the duct work is sized right.
    That's a pretty big IF, how many 5 tons systems have you seen actually have 5 tons of ductwork

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