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    A/C condenser

    I have a sears a/c condenser model number C938-47410, how many ton is it?

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    Is this a Kenmore unit. If so do you have the model number of the unit. Is it a split or a package. I work for sears this is not a part number we use.

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    The btu rating is typically listed as 18,24,30,36,42,48, or 60. 1 ton of cooling is equal to 12,000 btu's which is shortened to the first 2 digits for model numbers. I'm not familiar with any sears brands but you'll typically find one of those numbers in a residential condensers mode number.

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    The condenser says sears canada inc. model #C938-47410. The serial # is hard to make out but I think it reads 4731239148. Design pressure is high 300, and low 200.

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    where did you get the condenser did you get it out of a unit. if so are there other numbers. I will cross the part number in the older Data base in the AM in my work laptop but i am preaty sure that all the kenmore sears parts al start with a 106 or a W1 number. More info is needed. Where did you get this part. was it sitting in your house? what are you trying to do with it

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    This is an outside A/C condensing unit, coil is inside the house in the plentium of furnace. It still cools, but trying to find out what size it is to see if it is big enough for the house it is in.Its not mine,belongs to a relitive.

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