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  1. #1
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    Data sheet model serial numbers

    Does anybody know a link where i can type model number, than get filter belt size.

    I know belt size can change,, but they have to come with a belt from factory and definitly some filters,..

    Asked dispatcher he told me NO u think after a million PM's they would make there own.

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    Hmm

    Found hvacpartners only carrier

    Not even in a list

    a lot of searching,,

    maybe we can all team up

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    it's been my experience that with model & serial numbers---------

    some manufacturers can't even tell you what "they" put in the machine
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    Confused

    Thanx for response

    Im glad i know its not just me.

    It would be great if we all made a data base on this web-site

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    Talking

    If its a RHEEM/RUUD, I can get you the factory belt size...for most units.

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    R they all direct drive

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    Nope, not all of them

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    sorry for the doubt

    but i found theres a few comedians lol

    Maybe u can start a thread and copy past them

    ill follow up with a few carrier

    or pm me
    thanx

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    Belt size Tool

    At my suppliers if you can't tell which belt size it is they have a sizing tool that they put the old belt on and check it. If its off a little bit and you have some adjustment (e.g. adj sheave, or motor mounts) no problem. if you still can't match it up try a notched belt (where you assemble it piece by piece), a little on the pricey side but they last much longer.

    As for what to tel the customer...

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    What Belt

    U guyz r saying if i have an air handler 18 feet up with 12 inches from panel 2 wall .

    Point is it's a pain to get acess.

    I should use linked belts instead of ax belts?????

    What belt will last longest

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    Thumbs down

    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    it's been my experience that with model & serial numbers---------

    some manufacturers can't even tell you what "they" put in the machine

    Just got off phone with power twist,,

    I agree no help what so ever im more confused

    where do they grow them.. Big companies forget about the Little things,, lke support

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