Help with lennox Model numbers

Originally Posted By: rsummers
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Who out there can tell me the cooling capacity of this unit and maybe a manufacture date. M# GSS16R-411-100-5D I’m guessing 5 ton 100,000 BTU but I don’t like to guess.


Originally Posted By: Brian A. Goodman
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Rolland,


I don’t see anything on that one in Preston’s Guide. There isn’t even a GSS series listed. I’d guess it’s either very recent or very old. Sorry.


Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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How about GCS16-411-100-5P? Which is MFG. Between 1992 and 1993 and 34,400BTU or 2.9 Ton.


I read em wrong all the time (dirty, bad eyes, etc. ![icon_wink.gif](upload://ssT9V5t45yjlgXqiFRXL04eXtqw.gif) )


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Originally Posted By: rsummers
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Thanks guys what part of that number represents the cooling capacity and the heaters Btus?


Originally Posted By: jpeck
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The -411- indicates the size and number of phases.


211 - 1.5 ton - single phase
213 - 1.5 ton - three phase
261 - 2 ton - single phase
263 - 2 ton - three phase
311 - 2.5 ton - single phase
313 - 2.5 ton - three phase
411 - 3 ton - single phase
413 - 3 ton - three phase
461 - 3.5 ton - single phase
463 - 3.5 ton - three phase
511 - 4 ton - single phase
513 - 4 ton - three phase
651 - 5 ton - single phase (yes, 65 is 5 ton, not a mistake)
653 - 5 ton - three phase

I got these from Lennox a few years ago when I called Lennox.


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Originally Posted By: rsummers
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Thanks Jerry.


Originally Posted By: Kenneth Sitzes
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Hi,


If you go to this web page it give you the chart to use


http://www.lennox.com/pdfs/Lennox%20Model%20and%20Serial%20Nomenclature.pdf This is the page I found when I went to the web site go to the Archived Documents if you due not want to type the address in hope it helps you. Sorry I remove the (.) Thanks


Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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if you delete the period (.) at the end of that link it will work.



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