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  1. #1
    Join Date
    Dec 2011
    Location
    Kyle, TX
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    York Latitude Gas Furnace and AC

    I need opinions on the following I will more than likely be purchasing this unit (it is used)

    This is what I was able to research:

    Gas- Furnace [GY8S080B16UH11C]
    LATITUDE™ 80 SINGLE-STAGE UP FLOW/HORIZONTAL (GY8S-UH)

    Condenser [TCGF36S4151A]
    York® Latitude™ TCGF Air Conditioner, 3 Ton, R-410A, 14.5 Seer, Microchannel Coil technology

    Air Handler [MC43B3XH1H]
    This is the only thing I could find on the MC4B http://www.master.ca/documents/York_...Guide_0710.pdf

    Whole House Air Cleaner Merv 13

    Unit is sealed, pumped down, and captured he also told me to tell the installer
    King Valve/closed/sealed "

    He is willing to sell it to me and offer a warranty and return period if a licensed installer installs the system. The warranty has not been registered and I was told by an installer that he could register the warranty for me.

    This system was a matched set and only saw approx 1 month of actual use.

    By the Grace of God I am getting a deal on this installed for 2 Grover Clevelands. Is the above unit a good unit? I am going to get it anyway the guy selling it said it was a good system and he is willing write up a return contract on it.

    Can I get buy with using the same flexible duct system that I currently have (there was mold and mildew in my old handler) or will that have to be replaced?




    Thank you,

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Aug 2007
    Location
    Northern VA 38 degrees N by 76 degrees W
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    That will work, as fare as the flex I would not worry about changing as long as you had good air flow.

    The mold is usually contained at the air handler

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