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SIZE, TONAGE tonage of a condenser unit WESTINGHOUSE ( old ) M/N CD030BAY S/N DE01166W & SYYLE 357A782G21.

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Hey there, you hace a 2 and a half ton unit there.
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Posted on Jul 29, 2009

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