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  1. #1
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    Unable to Find Reference of Payne Model Number

    Hello everybody. My wife and I are in escrow to buy a home. We had the HVAC inspected and tested, and everything is normal. The tech wrote on his report Payne P42PNB036060AAAA as the model number. I have googled, went to Payne's site, etc and cannot find anything referencing this model number. I would like general info, efficiency etc. Any help? Did the tech get the model number wrong somehow?

    Thanks for help, I'm a newbie to HVAC.

    Scott

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    bump....I'm trying to figure out approximate age of this unit, and maybe some sort of relative efficiency rating. It is a 3 ton unit sitting atop an 1100 square foot home, seems kinda overkill. Dual pane windows, home well insulated, etc. Any direction or help here appreciated.

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    What's the serial number?
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    Tech wrote the serial number as 2902 B(I think) 41120

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    Week 29

    Year 02

    036 = 3-ton a/c

    060 = 60K btuh heater


    Likely a 10 SEER unit. Can't tell for certain as the P42PNB is not correct.
    Perhaps you should have read the instructions before calling.

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    That looks like product # and not model #. From that looks like 3 ton 60K Btuh fau. which would have been 80% afue.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jrbenny View Post
    Week 29

    Year 02

    036 = 3-ton a/c

    060 = 60K btuh heater


    Likely a 10 SEER unit. Can't tell for certain as the P42PNB is not correct.
    TRY PG9MAB03660 or PG9MAA03660
    GOOD WORK IS NOT CHEAP! AND CHEAP WORK IS NOT GOOD!

    IF YOU THINK A GOOD HVAC COMPANY IS EXPENSIVE. THEN YOU SHOULD TRY A BAD ONE.

  8. #8
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    Ahhh ok, many thanks for shedding light here. Much appreciated!

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