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    a-coil specs

    look for specs for a resco a-coil. #cb5axaa036000aaaa. I know it's a 3ton coil, need to know wht size condenser I could get by with. the house is only 1200 sq.ft.
    Thanks, Norm

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    Usually condensers are paired with coils of equal or somewhat greater tonnage rating (up to about a ton). Being that the coil is an aftermarket one, combining it with a condenser of brand a, b, or c, could be problematic.
    Last edited by ampulman; 08-09-2010 at 03:50 PM. Reason: formatting

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    Quote Originally Posted by ampulman View Post
    Being that the coil is an aftermarket one, combining it with a condenser of brand a, b, or c, could be problematic.
    While I understand this statement, I had a contractor tell me this weekend when he was fixing my system that one company manufactures most of the coil's and then stick that vendor's name on them. Any truth to that?

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    Several companies make coils. And yes, they do relabel them with other names.

    But. The coils are make to the manufacturer's specs.

    Its not the same as a coil made for another company.
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    Thanks for the reply. It was installed with a Payne 90, but the drip says Carrier.
    Thanks again, Norm

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