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# Tonage Spec. for unit #4A7B3036B100BA - American Standard WCZ036F Air Conditioner

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Hi,
This unit is a 3 ton unit....that is what the 36 in the model number stands for...36,000 BTU at 12,000 per ton = 3 ton

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Posted on Aug 21, 2010

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