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    what ton a-coil is this

    I have an a-coil model# M1UF044AA. Serial# SIEFPS218351 made by borg warner. Can't read the model# on condensing unit trying to find out what size I need to replace condensing unit but keep the a-coil.

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    get a new matched coil for the new condensor all borg warners i see are at least 25 years old

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    I agree with cat. You don`t mention the AHU that the coil is in, how old is that? Tell the contractor that is advising you he can get the condenser size by doing a little research with the info off of the compressor tag.

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    I agree, shouldn't reuse existing indoor coil.

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    044 tells me it is 3.6 tons

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    Could be an expansion valve coil.
    Page Ryan Hughes, he should be abel to tell what it is.


    I see he's here already.

    What's he got Ryan?

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    Do a load calc, and replace both indoor coil and outdoor unit.
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    How many times must one fix something before it is fixed?

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    Reuse that coil? As my avatar would say .... . ......

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    Replace it all......

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    May be cap tube metering. Not a good idea. Don't be cheap, replace it now or pay more later.

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    Cool

    Quote Originally Posted by beenthere View Post
    Do a load calc, and replace both indoor coil and outdoor unit.
    this is the right thing to do.

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