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    Conflicting answers - 16 Seer AHRI after all?

    Furnace: Model # 59TP5A080E21 - - 20

    Outdoor Unit: Model # 24ACC648A - - 300

    Indoor Unit: Model # CNPVP4821ALA

    Thanks so much.

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEDD View Post
    Furnace: Model # 59TP5A080E21 - - 20

    Outdoor Unit: Model # 24ACC648A - - 300

    Indoor Unit: Model # CNPVP4821ALA
    Carrier list this AC unit (24ACC6) as any thing from 14 - 16.5 SEER depending on what it is attached to. With that said, this set up you listed only has a 15 SEER AHRI rating - see attachment.

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    Thanks so much. Not what I wanted to hear but now I know. All my best. Tedd

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    What is the yearly energy savings for the 16 vrs the 15? This is the Wash DC market so have to take hot air from Congress into account too.

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    Probably 30-40 bucks a year depending on how much hot air the blowhard dem's put out

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    Quote Originally Posted by TEDD View Post
    What is the yearly energy savings for the 16 vrs the 15? This is the Wash DC market so have to take hot air from Congress into account too.
    Without knowing your annual hours of operation and electrical rate per Kwh, it would only be a guess.

    Definitely not more than $50-$60.
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