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    pipe size?

    I'm installing York 5-ton heat pump, the inout unit pipe size is 3/8"(high) and 7/8"(low). The distance between the inout units are 70 feet, and the height difference between the two are 25 feet. When I install this, what would be the pipe diameter? And what would be the location and the quantity for p-trap?

    Thank you!

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    All this info would be listed in your install manual that came with the unit. Every manufacture is different and unit specific per tonage, as far as length of run and lift go and place ment of traps as compaired to liquid line solenoids and all that good stuff. Or call york.


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    You're asking for model specific information that comes with the installation manual. Just read it and you'll be amazed at how much information is contained therein.
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    Are you a DIYer. trying to do all this to save money at your place. Your asking similar questions about a unit for your walk in freezer.
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