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  1. #1
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    Carrier model number cross reference?

    Does anyone know where I can find a listing of carrier model numbers or know how they break down?

    Specifically, I am trying to find out information about:

    24ABB336A310

    I cannot find it anywhere on their site.

    Thanks!

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    It is a 13 SEER 410a PURON a/c with 5 years parts on it
    It's NOT the BRAND,it's the company that installs it!!!!!

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    Base/builder grade. 13 SEER, R-410A. No high or low pressure switches, no coil guard (both good to have for protection). 5-year warranty on all parts.

    The 24ACB336A300 has high and low pressure switches and louvered coil guard standard. 10-year warranty on compressor, 5 years on all other parts.

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    3 ton, correct?

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    Yes. 36 = 3 ton.

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    Thanks

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    Quote Originally Posted by adamt56 View Post
    3 ton, correct?
    Why, ya gunna change it out with a gooman or coleman?
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    It is already installed (8 months old).

    It has been having some problems getting the temperature in the house down to where we like it (73-74 during the day) and seems to run very long cycles at night.

    I just wanted to make sure we got what we paid for . . .

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    You probably want to have the installing company back out to look at it. Could have charge problems, or something else preventing you from cooling effectively. Was the old unit a 3 ton that it replaced? They can come out and take measurements and perform checks. Should be under labor warranty with >1 year old.

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    It replaced a 2.5 ton which was undersized.

    One room which has three large windows facing West heats up pretty good during the day. I am in the process of coating those windows with window film so, hopefully, that helps . . .

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    How do you know the 2.5 ton unit was undersized? It could have been inadequate ductwork from the beginning causing poor cooling. And increasing the tonnage therefore didn't help.

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    You could be right about the duct work -

    I just listened to what the 3 companies said that came out to give estimates.

    3 ton seems about right though with 1450 sq foot living area, 1954 home w/ no insulation in the walls, single pane windows and one room with a flat roof (no insulation).

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    Quote Originally Posted by coolwhip View Post
    Why, ya gunna change it out with a gooman or coleman?
    Maybe, if it can make icicles hang from the ceiling


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