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How many tons and what Seer is my Bryant model 561CJ048-A

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  • HANK MCNEIL May 11, 2010

    how old? what is serial #

  • Clay Elder
    Clay Elder May 04, 2017

    Serial #is 4598E06708

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12000 btu/hr equals 1 ton. The 48 in your model number tells me it is probably a 4 ton unit. 48 divided by 12(000) equals 4. Not sure on the SEER

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