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  1. #1
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    Confused Differance between 25hpa536h30 and 25hpa536a310

    I just got the 25hpa536a310 system installed at my house yesterday, but I was looking at the paperwork and noticed that the 25hpa536h30 was put down as the model number.

    A bit of research is leading me to believe that I have gotten the wrong model installed. Or did I ???

    My main concern is that I may be paying for a more expensive model and received one which I did not order.............


    Thanks!!!

    Dave

  2. #2
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    the 1 is a newer model than the 0. Just some minor change probably nobody knows what it is. But maybe some Carrier dealer does and will tell you.

  3. #3
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    As above, and the "H" is an enhanced model for better heating (HSPF) efficiency. Noise level and physical size are also different.

    You got the wrong unit. It's not just a small revision we're talking about. Where do you live?

  4. #4
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    Lets just say I live in Florida

    The wife will be calling the people who put the system in and she WILL get it taken care of

    Thanks!!!!

  5. #5
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    So why wouldn't he want this model? Cooling performance compromised?

  6. #6
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    In Florida, really no need for the 25HPA5H. Probably a special order as well. The 25HPA5 sometimes has a little more cooling efficiency, but the difference is marginal. The H model just has a better HSPF, which in Florida isn't very important. The H model typically costs more so it's still good to double check with the installing company as to why the change was made.

  7. #7
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    Hmmm, thanks for the info.

    I do live in NE Fla where the temps can dip into the 20's during the winter so I am thinking I will be wanting the more efficient one


    Dave

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