Hey Ryan... Had a c3-51 Lennox coil mated to a Bryant 036..... What do ya think that combo had going.....
BTW... both were dirtier than .....at least my mind..
Who knows... was the air cold enough?
The model number gives you the tonnage. You will see a number such as 36 42, 48 ,54 etc.Somewhere in the model #. 36=3ton 42=3 1/2 ton so on.
I have an old Sears and Roebuck unit. Can you tell me what the tonnage of my system is? I want to replace my failing condenser outside.
These numbers are from the evaporator in my attic:
MFR. No.: 64755
Type No.: 55-94753
So, there is a "50" in the model number. Does that make it 50,000 BTU for about a 4 Ton unit?
BTW, the outside condenser/compressor eats about 25AMPs on one of the 110Volt legs . What can I expect a new unit to pull?
Any recommendations on what to replace the condensor outside with (Brand)?
Thanks a TON!
You need to replace both indoor and outdoor unit.
Can't tell you by that model number. But a load calc can tell you what size you need.
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How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?