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HOW DO I KNOW WHAT TON MY AIR CONDITIONER 13AJA36A01 IS

HOW DO I KNOW WHAT TON MY AIR CONDITIONER UNIT WEATHERKING 13AJA36A01 IS

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This is a 3 ton unit

Hope this helps Ya.

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Trying to get info (tonnage seer rating) on a weatherking mod# 10ajb48a01 condencing unit to find a matching evaporator coil and cannot find anything on internet


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My weatherking outside compressor isn't big enough to handle my cooling needs. It is 1.5 ton unit, can I put a bigger ac unit onto this one without changing my heating system which is sufficient?


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if your indoor unit is 2.0 ton then you can jump to that size.
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Your hvac contractor should know this?

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Your friend is correct. Installing a sump or p-trap in the suction line will probably help. The oil may be leaving the compressor but can't get back.

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