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Need to know what Carrier air handler will work with a 24ana760a003 Infinity? Please help

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I am a Carrier Dealer. Here is your info 1 Model FE4a or FE5a The 5 is upflow only where the 4 is multi positional. F is fan coil E is Infinity A is series N is the voltage. By the way I have the Infinity series in my home it is quiet and very low cost on power bills if it is set up right. Most service techs dont like to work on them . They are very high tech. You will like it Rus

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