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  1. #1
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    If one unit is high efficent...

    Then 2 units must be really super efficent.



    I have never seen a York unit like this. Looks like 2 units stacked one on top of the other. Must be a B!@#h to change the fan or compressor.
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    That one is definately worth getting out and taking a closer look. I'll bet it's the home of a HVAC tech with a hankering to experiment.
    Probably has a 1/2 hp condenser fan on it.
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    I can't believe you guys haven't seen these yet.

    That's the new 125% eff. 50 seer York condenser.

    It's so efficient, it actually pays you the extra 25% every month.

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    Rare picture. Usually this happens at night. Cross breading...the one on the top is a 410 unit and the one on the bottom is R22.
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Rare picture. Usually this happens at night. Cross breading...
    Is that where Goodmans come from ??
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    Nope, its part of the Mexican underground.

    Its a guard tower in disguise just tall enough for Josa to pop his head up out of and look around.
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  7. #7
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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Rare picture. Usually this happens at night. Cross breading...the one on the top is a 410 unit and the one on the bottom is R22.
    good one lol

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    what in the .... ?

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    Quote Originally Posted by DeltaT View Post
    Rare picture. Usually this happens at night. Cross breading...the one on the top is a 410 unit and the one on the bottom is R22.
    ROTFLMAO!!!!!!!
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  10. #10
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    Quote Originally Posted by hotntired View Post
    That one is definately worth getting out and taking a closer look. I'll bet it's the home of a HVAC tech with a hankering to experiment.
    Probably has a 1/2 hp condenser fan on it.
    My guess also

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    It's how R404 is made.
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  12. #12
    Quote Originally Posted by tunnel_rat View Post
    Is that where Goodmans come from ??
    No, they come from imbreeding

  13. #13
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    never seen this set up before.. Must be the two stage system! Looks like the service port on the upper unit is covered up, and only one line set into the home.

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