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  1. #1
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    Older York Condensing Unit Capacities

    Hi, I looking for any information on older York condensing units model H1CA480A50A and H1CA360A50A. I've got one of each to replace but have no information as to what the capacity of each unit is.
    Thanks for your assistance,
    Woz from Oz

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    Get your post count up and apply for pro membership. Someone in the pro section can probably help you.
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  3. #3
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    The first one is a 4 ton (HIC48) and the second is a three ton (HIC36)

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    Of course the right way to replace air conditioners is do a heat load calc and size appropriately!

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