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    Compressor ?

    worked on a OLD Payne condensing unit . fixed couple burnt wires . notice the
    suction line goes on top of the compressor .Never seen a compressor like that . unit has no data plate . anybody know what kind of compressor is it ? And the unit still working fine .

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    carrier carlyle.... 1970's thru 1980's
    The BITTERNESS of POOR QUALITY remains long after the SWEETNESS of LOW PRICE is FORGOTTEN.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tranedog View Post
    carrier carlyle.... 1970's thru 1980's
    Thanks
    tranedog , are you still busy ? I haven't had a day off since April .

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    it slowed down a lot but as long as I have been doing this trade is you plan for the slow down... lol... Have fun and Be Safe
    The BITTERNESS of POOR QUALITY remains long after the SWEETNESS of LOW PRICE is FORGOTTEN.

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    Believe that is a SJ model compressor if I remember right. Junk!!!

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    Can't be too bad if it is still out there

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    far from junk. i probably still have 50/60
    of these old beasts still purring away.

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    When they first came out Carrier had a high failure rate. Notice you don't see them in any newer equipment. That is not to say all of them were bad but they did have a high rate of failure and they were replaced with a different compressor

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