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    Outside unit identify and refrigerant?

    Wondering if anyone could identify what make of unit this is? And more importantly what refrigerant it would have? No stickers, name plates we can find to help.
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    Quote Originally Posted by CP1 View Post
    Wondering if anyone could identify what make of unit this is? And more importantly what refrigerant it would have? No stickers, name plates we can find to help.
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    Do you have any more photo's of the entire unit?
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    Looks like a Nordyne Product

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    Sometimes a picture of the compressor nameplate can help.

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    looks like gibson unit....nordyne product

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    Could be an older Coleman, looks like may neighbor's semi functioning unit. Nordyne is a good thought as well. Model # of unit or compressor ?

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    no plate inside?

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    That black trash wrapped around the coil is a nordyne trademark but some Johnson controls built equipment has it too.
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    I have more photos
    How do I add them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by CP1 View Post
    I have more photos
    How do I add them?
    Find and select the “Go Advanced” tab just a short distance below where you would type in the information on your new thread.

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    Couple more pictures
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    We need a pic of the compressor tag

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    Your local service technician should have no problem finding the tonnage of the unit. It is definitely R22. Have the technician perform a load calculation to determine the correct size of system needed.

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    I'd say that's a Nordyne (now known as Nortek)

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    I’m not able to get a compressor tag picture, right now. I’m about 400 miles away. Yes that would possibly be helpful so when I can get that I’ll try to post that. It’s installed and has been used in what they call a skid house in Wyoming. Now it’s moved to SD and needs to be recharged and got running before next year at this time. Without any more information and just guesses, we’ll assume it is a R22 system for now. Thanks

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    nordyne....looks like Miller manufactured housing brand to me

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    safe bet on 22 i would assume....i get in trouble every time i ASS U ME tho....

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    Would say it does not meet mfg installation clearance requirements.

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