Tonnage on Bryant

Originally Posted By: pdacey
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Looking for tonnage on a Bryant Mod. #561CJ030-C Serial #0697E09456.


Thanks in advance.


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Originally Posted By: rwashington
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I would guess 2 1/2 since you have 30 in the model #.



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Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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and he would be correct.


27,000btu/hr



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Originally Posted By: mtimpani
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weatherking 10pja4901 serial# 6814m0504


Originally Posted By: kmcmahon
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Mark, don’t recognize that Model # icon_question.gif



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Originally Posted By: mtimpani
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It is a heat pump if that helps.


Originally Posted By: pdacey
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Thanks dudes! I brain farted on the tonnage. I wasn’t seeing the 30 in the middle. eusa_doh.gif



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Originally Posted By: jpeck
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mtimpani wrote:
weatherking 10pja4901 serial# 6814m0504


I'm guessing 4 ton (there is that 49 in the model number, probably indicating 49,000 btus).


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