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    Confused Help identfiy A/C model? Compressor dead!

    I'm trying to help my friend fix his dead compressor in his outdoor A/C unit. I wrote down some of the information. We need to replace the compressor so if anyone has any recommended places they know where I can buy the replacement compressor that would be greatly appreciated. Heres the info-

    model# HBBD-F0485B
    serial# W0N6313873
    the minimum circuit capacity is 30.3
    compressor 208-230V 1pH 60Hz 23 RLA
    unit supply 208-230V 1pH 60Hz 115 LRA

    The year it was bought was probably 2007-2008 (not 100% sure)
    From the address on the label I'm sure its either a YORK, Luxaire, or coleman.
    Last edited by Kazimierzk2004; 08-13-2011 at 09:42 PM.

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    It's a york 4 ton 13 seer - builder's special.

    Either something killed it (overcharge, insufficient airflow, mismatched coil, wrong metering device, and much more) or it's not dead.
    I've discovered a natural law - everything gets progressively worse. Things only break down and become depleted. Life isn't worth living and everything is going to hell.

    Death is the messiah. Everything else is irrelevant and arbitrary.

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    He rents his house and he believes because the filter wasn't changed for 6 months that it over worked and the compressor died. would that be possible?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kazimierzk2004 View Post
    He rents his house and he believes because the filter wasn't changed for 6 months that it over worked and the compressor died. would that be possible?
    any things possible, have you had a hvac guy out there yet? by the way how dirty was the filter?

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    2007-2008 would make it still under warranty.
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    it was very dirty. if it was because of the filter would the warranty cover that?

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    Help your friend and call someone that knows what there doing! You will save a lot of $'s
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    Quote Originally Posted by karsthuntr View Post
    2007-2008 would make it still under warranty.
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