Question about Continental CE-AC75271 Ductless Mini Split System Air Conditioner

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logically as each evaporator has it's own tx valve as long as the compressor is large enough to run all together it should work but get the right information from the fujitsu experts

logically as each evaporator has it's own tx valve as long as the compressor is large enough to run all together it should work but get the right information from the fujitsu experts

Oct 11, 2016 | Fujitsu Heating & Cooling

It means the power is off or went off to unit . Check for power then power cycle unit to try and restart .

Nov 14, 2014 | Pioneer Ductless Mini Split INVERTER Air...

There is 12,000 Btu of cooling per ton. 5 tons = 60,000 BTU

Sep 07, 2013 | Carrier 5 Ton Infinity High Efficiency...

they always produce water hence the word condencer ALWAYS DRAIN depending on usage

Jan 10, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

What is the voltage of the unit? What is the voltage of the circuit? You say standard 250 V plug ... is that the rating or the configuration of the plug?

More specifically, your 12,000 BTU unit should be on a circuit of its very own to preclude over loading the circuit and causing damage to your AC.

More specifically, your 12,000 BTU unit should be on a circuit of its very own to preclude over loading the circuit and causing damage to your AC.

Aug 05, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

Hi,

Look in the model number for numbers like 24, 30, 48, or 60....

They represent the BTU's in thousands of the unit....

The BTU's are 12,000 per ton...

in other words a 24000 BTU unit will be a 2 ton unit

heatman101

Look in the model number for numbers like 24, 30, 48, or 60....

They represent the BTU's in thousands of the unit....

The BTU's are 12,000 per ton...

in other words a 24000 BTU unit will be a 2 ton unit

heatman101

Jul 29, 2011 | Carrier Heating & Cooling

Hi,

That would be a nominal 5 ton BTU unit or 56,000 btu....

At 12,000 btu/ton you can see that it is just a bit short of 5 ton but larger then 4 ton....actually about 4.75 ton....

heatman101

That would be a nominal 5 ton BTU unit or 56,000 btu....

At 12,000 btu/ton you can see that it is just a bit short of 5 ton but larger then 4 ton....actually about 4.75 ton....

heatman101

Apr 12, 2011 | Heating & Cooling

The 18,000 btu A/C is 230 volts, are you sure the 12,000 btu unit is 230 volts most are 120 volts.

Usually 12,000 btu is the biggest 120 volt A/C you can buy.

Usually 12,000 btu is the biggest 120 volt A/C you can buy.

Jul 10, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

Take it back where you bought it. A 12,000 BTU unit should be more than enough for a 192 square foot room, so there is some problem with the unit.

Jul 10, 2009 | Danby Portable Air Conditioner

thats a 5 ton ac unit

10AJA**60**01AH

basically 1 ton = 12,000 BTU

so 24 is 2

30 is 2 and a half

etc

10AJA

basically 1 ton = 12,000 BTU

so 24 is 2

30 is 2 and a half

etc

Jun 21, 2009 | Weather King Heating & Cooling

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