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    How to read

    I just installed a Friedrich unit I found on craigslist for $150. I am so proud of my self. This is a 23K btu / 12A unit. I have a serial number of LGER03870 and a model number of KM24L30-B

    Is this a good unit? Anything common problems with Friedrich units?

    How do I read the serial number to find when this unit was manufactured?

    (The seller told me it was only 3yrs old)

    Thank you

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevef22 View Post
    I just installed a Friedrich unit I found on craigslist for $150. I am so proud of my self. This is a 23K btu / 12A unit. I have a serial number of LGER03870 and a model number of KM24L30-B

    Is this a good unit? Anything common problems with Friedrich units?

    How do I read the serial number to find when this unit was manufactured?

    (The seller told me it was only 3yrs old)

    Thank you
    Does the age matter? It's used and 150 bucks..good luck with that.

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    WOO HOO. Seriously. Just wondering so I can judge if I got a good deal or not??? how long will this thing/compressor last. Hrmm

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevef22 View Post
    how long will this thing/compressor last. Hrmm
    depends on the install....... could be dead tommorow.

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    yay

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    who makes the best aftermarket compressors. I do not want use a cheapo replacement.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevef22 View Post
    WOO HOO. Seriously. Just wondering so I can judge if I got a good deal or not??? how long will this thing/compressor last. Hrmm
    shouldn't that be something you do prior to purchase?

    anyway, Google search shows this model for ~$.
    Last edited by beenthere; 06-25-2010 at 07:20 PM. Reason: price

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    this this is blowing cool and quiet. Looks older though.

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    ~ doing the pookie dance

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    Well, if you can screw up a window install then you got issues. Point it in the right direction and make sure she don't fall.

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    Quote Originally Posted by stevef22 View Post
    I just installed a Friedrich unit I found on craigslist for $150. I am so proud of my self. This is a 23K btu / 12A unit. I have a serial number of LGER03870 and a model number of KM24L30-B

    Is this a good unit? Anything common problems with Friedrich units?

    How do I read the serial number to find when this unit was manufactured?

    (The seller told me it was only 3yrs old)

    Thank you

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