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Old 03-28-2012, 06:07 PM   #1
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Very old General Electric Air handler.

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It's just so old I'm not sure of the 36 in the model number means 3 ton.

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Old 03-28-2012, 06:13 PM   #2
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Yep, thats what it means. 36000 BTUS.

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I have yet another stolen condenser job I went and looked at today. Just the condenser is gone. I wrote down the numbers of the air handler but for some reason I saw it as 93 and 6611, didn't put the 36 together until just now but still was wondering as I've never really dealt with GE. I've already simply guessed by walking the home and by the size of the existing lineset that a 3 ton would work and went and picked it up. Thankfully, now I know for certain it'll match up.

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Air-Flo which is owned by Lennox but made here in Houston and cheaper.
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I always considered Trane/American standard/Ge to be the same equipment,just differant stickers for the most part anyway
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Is Air-Flo a spin off of goodman they make for Lennox?
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I always considered Trane/American standard/Ge to be the same equipment,just differant stickers for the most part anyway
Trane bought GE back in I believe 83.
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Is Air-Flo a spin off of goodman they make for Lennox?
Air Flo is Ducane.


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When I went to Lennox Industries yesterday to pick it up, they said Air-Flo was owned by Lennox and made here. That's all I know.

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