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SOURCE: Carrier, model 50RMC024EPC3030; serial number---how many tons??

This is a 2 ton unit (24,000 BTU/HR) 50RMC024EPC3030 The proper way to size a cooling system is actually by the Heat Loss Method, but as a rough estamite generly 500-1000 sqaure feet per ton. Hope this helps

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SOURCE: can someone tell me what the square footage is in a board 2 inches thick 8 inches wide and 8 foot long please

The total surface area (assuming nominal measures - a 2" x 4" is actually 1.5" x 3.5") would be:

Front and Back - 8" x 8' x 2
Top and Bottom - 8' x 2" x 2
Right and Left Ends - 8" x 2" x 2

I assume the coverage of the stair is in square feet, so let's convert everything to feet so we get our answer in square feet.

Front and Back - 8/12' x 8' x 2
Top and Bottom - 8' x 2/12' x 2
Right and Left Ends - 8/12' x 2/12' x 2

Let me know if you need any more assistance.

Good luck,

Paul

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