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What seer and tonnage is a Bryant condenser unit model # 561CJ048 and serial # 4598E06708?


According to the specifications here: http://dms.hvacpartners.com/docs/1009/public/01/pds561c.18.10.pdf , all Bryant 561C air conditioners are 10 SEER. The 048 model has a 4 ton nominal cooling capacity.

I hope this helps.

Cindy Wells

May 04, 2017 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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Is this a 1or 2stage compressor


I don't know specifically..but just about anything with a 16 seer is going to have a two speed compressor combined with a variable speed blower in the furnace. Some utilize 'inverter technology' and utilize a variable speed compressor to deliver ultra- high ratings. Though available for residential use, they show up mainly in systems used in commercial applications. Daiken, Sanyo, Mitsubishi to name a few...and are usually ductless split systems.

I guess this answer really is of no help.....

Jun 04, 2014 | Comfortmaker NXA648GKA 4 Ton 16 SEER...

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Goodman SSZ140481AG, what is it? is it 14 seer or 15 seer? I paid for 15seer but the unit has a decal on it reading 14 seer??? Thanks


It is federal law that each new piece of A/C equipment have the yellow SEER rating.
The higher the SEER, the less electricity the system uses to operate.
You need to follow up since it appears your contractor installed a less efficient/expensive system than what you paid for.
Good luck.

Sep 15, 2013 | Goodman CACF048B2A Air Conditioner

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Replacing HVAC


Check with you energy company. We found out after we replaced our unit, that if we went with a particular seer we would have qualified for discounts to our bill as well as government incentives and additional discounts. It will keep you cost reasonable and your energy company will give you an honest answer to which will be best for your specific house layout as well as your electrical connections that will need to match up with your new unit. Hope this helped some.

Apr 12, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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I HAVE A GOODMAN MODEL CKL36-1D I'M TRYING TO FIND OUT THE SEER RATING ON THIS MODEL.CAN ANYONE HELP?


Your going to need to know the age of the unit. If its less than 5 years old, its most likely a 13 SEER. If its anything more than 5 years old, its most likely a 10 SEER. If its anything over 10 years old, its most likely an 8 or 6 SEER.

Remember, that a unit will loose an average of 1-2 SEER for every full year of operation. This is just due to age, wear and tear, and usage.



So, if its a 10 SEER unit that is 7 years old, you could say that it is about as efficient as something in the 4-6 SEER range.

Jul 12, 2010 | Goodman CKL36AR36 Air Conditioner

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I am looking for the specs to my Carrier 38TH060300? Seer, tonnage, etc


Hello,

That will be a 5 ton (60,000 btu) unit with 9 seer efficiency. Keep in mind 9 is the highest the system could operate depending on air handler.

here is product data - http://www.docs.hvacpartners.com/idc/groups/public/documents/techlit/38th-1apd.pdf

May 17, 2010 | Heating & Cooling

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Just had the haier 4 ton 13 seer outside unit installed. my inside unit is a payne and still in good condition.had a 4 ton 10 seer outside unit previously. my problem is the unit froze up the first night...


Your problem is that your 13 seer outdoor unit is not compatible with your 10 seer indoor unit, even though the tonnage is the same. The metering device on 13 seer indoor units is different. Most 10 seer indoor units do not have an expansion valve. When you change from a 10 seer outdoor unit to a 13 seer outdoor unit, you must, at the very least, change the from a fixed-orfice metering device to an expansion valve.

Jul 31, 2009 | Haier HC48C1VAR Central Air Conditioner

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No problem. Need to find out the seer number for


12 SEER In accociation with name brands such as Maytag, Westinghouse, Frigiaire, Kelvinator, etc.

Jul 11, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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I need help selecting the best Amana 5 ton furnace/ac.


I believe you are asking which furnace to go with?

Just some clarification first.

The "condensor" is the outdoor unit.
A "Compressor" is the device inside the outdoor unit that pumps and "compresses" the refridgerant.

An evaporator is the indoor coil, it has refridgerant running through it.

The furnace is completely seperat from the condensor and evaporator.

I "THINK" you are saying that you are looking to buy an AMANA system with a 5 ton 14 to 16 SEER condensor, and a furnace, but you need suggestions on the furnace.

typically when you purchace a condensor, the evaporator coil is simply matched by the manufacturer to the specific condensor you purchace, there is no choosing to deal with. All condensors ofcourse come with a compressor already installed.

If my assumption about your request is correct, maybe this will help.

Amana's 90+ furnaces are great units. I would recomend them to anyone. The 80+ uses a somewhat inferior heat exchanger, and is ofcourse less efficient.
Anything higher than a 90+ can take quite a while to recoup the costs of the enitial purchace through your efficiency savings.

If it were my home, I would go with the 90+ furnace, and the 16 SEER Condensor/evaporator system. But ultimatly, its up to you, your efficiency standards and your wallets potential.

If you live in a northern state where AC is little needed, I'd go with the 14 SEER AC.
Again, an initial cost verses long term savings issue.

Dec 09, 2008 | Amana Heating & Cooling

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Air conditioners


No kits, you will have to upgrade.

Mar 17, 2008 | Heating & Cooling

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