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I have 2 Weather King units model numbers 10AJA2501 & 10AJA6001 and am trying to determine the sizes and SEER ratings of each

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Hello Larry Both units are 10 SEER.Standard rating ,not efficent units.JA25 is a 2 ton unit,JA60 is a 5 ton unit.Thats 24,000 BTU & 60,000 BTU.I hope that helps.

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