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    Carrier condensing unit size?

    trying to verify the size of this condensing unit. I believe it's a 2 1/2 ton but not sure. the model # is 38SE003300. the serial # is D522479.
    Any help would be greatly appreciated...

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    3 ton i believe
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    thanks jtstuart,
    Did you get that from the first three after the first two zeros in the model #?

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    2.5 ton from mid 70's direct from carrier blue book of air conditioning

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    thanks for input, guys.
    to be honest I'm not sure which opinion to go with. the house size leads me to believe 2 1/2 ton and the "30" in the model # makes me think 2 1/2 but I've also heard that you need to take the number directly after the first two zeros and that's your tonnage......

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    the 300 at the end is the series. in that model 002 is 2 ton, 003 is 2.5, 004 is 3 ton, 005 is 4 ton, and 006 is 5 ton

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    awesome! I understand now. thanks so much for your help!

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