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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.
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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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