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    how can i tell the size of my carrier ac unit by mod.24ABA424A300 ser.2006E31648

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    Check the model # and post it again. No match found.

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    Quote Originally Posted by michael krueger View Post
    how can i tell the size of my carrier ac unit by mod.24ABA424A300 ser.2006E31648
    Carrier Model No. 24ABA424A300 Serial No. 2306E17230 2-ton condensing unit
    for the upstairs area.
    Carrier Model No. 24ABA430A300 Serial No. 2306E19466 2-1/2-ton condensing
    unit for the downstairs area.


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    Quote Originally Posted by michael krueger View Post
    how can i tell the size of my carrier ac unit by mod.24ABA424A300 ser.2006E31648
    Carrier split AC Model Number Breakdown for 24 series:
    13 place long model number You have provided only 12 place values. Your model number provided is incomplete and incorrect.

    If you got the 3rd, 4th, and 5th position letters correct then the 12th position should be a 3 which would represent voltage 208/230 single phase.

    The APPARENT answer you seek is found in the 7th and 8th position values. (Without the 6th position which is SEER and information on the inside coil - as well as size, length lines, and other considerations - that information remains incomplete regarding the suspected/inferred question of system capacity).

    24 = (1st & 2nd position=Product Series) 24 = Air Conditioning
    24A = (3rd position=Product Family) A = Residental AC
    24AB = (4th position=Tier) B = Base Unit
    24ABA = (5th position=Major Series) A = Puron.
    24ABA4 = (6th position=SEER) "4" = 14 SEER. (If the 6th position is actually a "3" that would be 13 SEER.
    24ABA424 = (7th & 8th position= cooling capacity) 24 = 24000 btuh. (7th & 8th position, 18, 24, 30, 36, 42, 48, 60 value plus 3 zeros = btuh)
    24ABA424A = (9th position=variation) (alpha or numeric) A = Standard
    24ABA424Axx = (10th & 11th positions) open placeholders might be Alpha or Numeric
    24ABA424Axx3 = (12th position=Voltage) 3=208/230 Single Phase
    24ABA424Axx30 = (13th position=Series) 0=Original Series.


    24ABA424A??30
    24 = 24000 Btuh.

    Since Model Number information you submitted is short a position holder and likely has the wrong value for the 12th position, Can't/won't answer for sure. However, with the information I've provided about the de-coding of such a model number you should be able to determine for yourself AFTER you've RECHECKED and come up with a COMPLETE and CORRECT model number from the data plate.

    Your best information would easily be acquired by calling 1-800-CARRIER 8-5 ET M-F.

    HTH.

    Last edited by H.G. Watson, Sr.; 11-04-2013 at 09:29 PM.

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    Quote Originally Posted by John Kogel View Post
    Check the model # and post it again. No match found.
    John K.: When you're searching most mfg's series condensors you go by product family. If you "google .ca" search throw in (without the quotes) "Carrier 24ABA" or "Carrier 24ABA3" or Carrier "24ABA4" and you'll find scores of links which will include the specifications for same.

    For an Owner's maintenance document (in Fr. Sp. or En) one only uses the first five positions at the mfg's North American website.

    With matched (SEER) indoor coil or could be mixed (such as lower SEER indoor coil, such as 13, 13.5, etc.) lots of options to figure such as air flow, etc. regarding efficiency, capacity/performance.

    HTH.


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