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  1. #1
    yes as a tech I should have one but since I don't can anyone tell me the seer on a bryant cond. mod.#561CJ048-A and the year of production.

    Thanks

  2. #2
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    what is the serial number, that will tell you the manufacturing date.

  3. #3
    as a tech I should have both but the truth is it's a cust. of mine that had me go and dissconnect his cond. so he could have foundation leak repairs done so I pumped it down and set it aside.He called me today and wants a quote on a new cond. only so he gave me the mod.# so I could match the seer with the coil.The year is not really important but if you can tell me if its a 10 or 12 would help.

    Thanks

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    The 561 series is a 10 seer unit.

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    PS; thats a 10 seer 4 ton condenser.

  6. #6
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    The ARI primenet has all the mfr. SEER ratings.

    http://www.ariprimenet.org/ari-prog/...s?OpenDocument

    You can download any of their data onto your PC for future reference.

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