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  1. #1
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    York H2RC030S06A

    My son bought a small house (around 1100 sq ft.) last fall and had everything checked out by a inspector that was recommended by his lender. Everything checked out fine. Since it's started getting warmer, the air conditioner has been running and seems to run a long time before shutting off. How can I tell what tonnage the unit is? The serial # is WFMM086607

    Also, one of the plaques near the evaporator core has both r-12 and 134 listed as usable. How can we tell which one is being used?
    Would just like to have this info before he calls a tech.


    Thanks,
    Wayne

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    Its a 2.5 ton.
    Soze is in the model number(030).

    It doesn't use either of those refrigerants.
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  3. #3
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    Thanks for the reply...would the refrigerant be r410 or r22? Also, can you give me the approx age of the unit?

    Thanks again,

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    Should be a 12 SEER, 2003.

    Refrigerant type should be imprinted on teh unit, should be an R22.
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    Thanks again....going to have a tech look at it next week.

    Wayne

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