Question about Weather King 10AJA6001AH Air Conditioner
Hi, Check the mod # again. They don't have a 4L. If it is a 12AJB42AO1 it is 3.5 ton, If it is 12AJB48AO1, Its 4 ton. Not sure of the KW but it should have the Amp draw listed on the name plate although it probably wont draw that much. If you want to see if it has a proper charge in it, the suction line should be sweating all the way to the compressor but the compressor should stay pretty dry. If no sweat back or if its froze, its probably low, If compressor is all wet, Its overcharged. Hope I have helped. If not, please go into more detail on what you need. kstfas
Posted on Sep 19, 2007
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