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You are going to need the model and serial number of your unit to find this information different models have different warranties and based on when it was installed will also make a difference

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need more info on condenser itself the model number not coming up but the nomenclature u gave looks to be a 4 ton unit. why I say that is the 48 normally represents the btu's 12000 btu per ton. so 48 represents 48000 btu 4 ton. now this depends on your house 400 square feet per ton is a rule of thumb without doing a proper house inspection. how many windows type of windows all kind of stuff. so 4 ton is roughly good for a 1600 square foot house depending on all kinds of variables. if I can get a full model even if it shows ----00-- something like that I can give you a for sure answer. u may even get an r-22 unit which u can buy only as a dry unit companys still make them but can no longer ship them with r-22 in the they come charged with nitrogen which will save you a few grand on install because you don't have to change the indoor coil to a proper sized 410 a coil or the lineset. be aware of contractors who tell u to keep the indoor coil they will add a expansion valve and flush the lines with r-11 or rx-11 flush u wont get the efficiency or 100 percent working condition of a mix mash system.

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I wnt to know if this is for a 4 ton condenser the coil I have is an a- coil and the model number is c3qa-0470-b serila number is ku917228a or 917728a...i can not find a brand mname on this...thank you so...


Yes, the ''47'' in the model number stands for the btu rating.

2 ton = 24
2.5 ton = 30
3 ton = 36
3.5 ton = 42
4 ton = 48
5 ton = 60

That's just a short explanation of how they number the equipment. Hope this helps.

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Does this happen to be the number on the indoor blower coil. The 4860 would either be set up to handle either 4 or 5 tons. If this is so, you need to look on the outdoor condenser to see whether a 4 or 5 ton condenser was coupled to the unit.

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