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  1. #1
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    Tempstar M#/S# nomenclature

    Hey guys, can someone tell me how to read an old tempstar heat pump model/Serial #? M:CH3024VKB1, S:L904171464. I'm considering doing a changeout for the ex-wife, and I'm 100 miles away, so knowing what she has will make it much easier to buy the replacement. Thanks!

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    you must be out of your freekin' mind!!


    looks to be 2 ton, does it look 20 yr old? '90 model

    someone will be along to correct me if i'm wrong


    are you out of your freekin' mind??????????????????
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    out of my mind!?!?!

    Am I out of my mind for working for my ex? lol, greenbacks is greenbacks. And she knows I work only with payment in hand. I have to get her to pay me back for the 7 years I lost somehow, lol.

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    you must be out of your freekin' mind!!


    looks to be 2 ton, does it look 20 yr old? '90 model

    someone will be along to correct me if i'm wrong


    are you out of your freekin' mind??????????????????
    41st week of 1990 if I'm not mistaken. 3000 series which I believe was a 10 seer
    "Gentlemen. You can't fight in here. This is the War Room!"-Dr. Strangelove (1964)

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    1990 is the year and size is 2 tons
    A switch is a "switch" is a switch".

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    3000 was a 9 SEER to be exact.

    Got somebody local to do any work on it? Sell her an extended warranty with a local dealer's name on it.

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    2 ton

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