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    WHERE CAN I FIND OUT WHAT THE NUMBERS REPRESENT ON COPELAND DISCUS SEMI-HERMETIC R-22 COMPRESSORS/ EX.6DP1-3500-ES8-800

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    It was made for med temp use, and is obsoleted.

    Came in both 50 and 60 hertz 200 to 380 volt.

    R22, or 502.

    207,000 btu at 100° condensing temp.

    Info from copeland.
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    some of your numbers are here might help
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1qEZHhJubY

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    Originally posted by unguidedrookie
    WHERE CAN I FIND OUT WHAT THE NUMBERS REPRESENT ON COPELAND DISCUS SEMI-HERMETIC R-22 COMPRESSORS/ EX.6DP1-3500-ES8-800
    Go to:

    http://www.copeland-corp.com/

    and register on that site. Tons of info, you can even download a compressor capacity calculator that has more info than you can imagine regarding each compressor Copeland makes.

    May I also suggest you disclose as much information as possible when you pose a question here. You can only receive an answer in this form of communication that is as good as the question posed.

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    Dear Unguidedrookie,

    Based on the fact that this forum has answered your original question with not only the correct answer, but also has expanded the answer for your benefit, I would change my screen name or someone could accuse you not taking “good and sound” advice from experts.

    A suggestion maybe:

    Guidedrookie

    Based on the information being offered to you at this time from this forum.

    Just a suggestion my friend.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    John J. Dalton

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    Originally posted by john dalton
    Dear Unguidedrookie,

    Based on the fact that this forum has answered your original question with not only the correct answer, but also has expanded the answer for your benefit, I would change my screen name or someone could accuse you not taking “good and sound” advice from experts.

    A suggestion maybe:

    Guidedrookie

    Based on the information being offered to you at this time from this forum.

    Just a suggestion my friend.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    John J. Dalton
    DO YOU MEAN THE ONES THAT ARE ACTUALLY GIVING ADVICE? DUDE I ALREADY GOT ENOUGH MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS,I DONT NEED THE "HVAC POLICE(TALK)" OVER ME TOO!

    "SHOW ME SOMETHING"
    QUOTE: I THOUGHT UD B BIGGER! DALTON

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    Dear Unguidedrookie,

    Regarding your previous post:

    “DO YOU MEAN THE ONES THAT ARE ACTUALLY GIVING ADVICE?...”

    Of the three(3) people who posted after your original posted question, all three gave you some “advice” or answers to your question. What more information would you like concerning this particular compressor friend?


    “…DUDE I ALREADY GOT ENOUGH MANAGERS AND SUPERVISORS,I DONT NEED THE "HVAC POLICE(TALK)" OVER ME TOO!...”

    I’m sorry you feel that my last post was threatening in some form, or another. It was only intended to add a little humor to this thread, And on occasion, managers, supervisors, and even some fellow colleagues or friends online can be of some benefit to your quest for information.


    "SHOW ME SOMETHING"

    What would like to see sir?


    ”QUOTE: I THOUGHT UD B BIGGER! DALTON”

    You know……I never heard that before.

    But then again, options vary.

    Respectfully Submitted,
    John J. Dalton



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