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SOURCE: Age and tonage of carrier 38CKC036350 S/N 2005E40526

its a 3 ton unit manufactured in 2005 
the 36 in the model number indicates tonnage 12,000 btu's to a ton times 3 equals 36
the 2005 in the serial indicates year made not sure what month but if i had to guess i'd say May of '05
Thanks Peyton

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the 36 in the model number indicates tonnage 12,000 btu's to a ton times 3 equals 36
the 2005 in the serial indicates year made not sure what month but if i had to guess i'd say May of '05
Thanks Peyton

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