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condenser model # AA1BJ036-A. is this a janitrol condenser

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condenser model # XXXXX is this a janitrol condenser? it's a 3 ton, but what is the seer rating? 10 seer or 13 seer? serial # XXXXX
Is this the actual condenser model # XXXXX the compressor model #?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
condenser model # XXXXX
It is not a Goodman or Janitrol unit, model # XXXXX XXXXX long. Is ther any further information anywhere on the unit?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
the name resco is on the nameplate; the serial # XXXXX the condenser is 2394E18369; product# XXXXX XXXXX
How old would you estimate this unit is?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
maybe it was made in 1994; appears to be about 15 years old.
I'm not coming up with anything on that name "Resco". Nor the model number. Anything around 15 years old would more than likely be a 10 SEER.
Customer: replied 6 years ago.
copeland compressor model # XXXXX XXXXX; serial# XXXXX; customer# XXXXX does this help identify?
Not really because different manufacturers use different model compressors. What are you trying to do exactly, just identify who makes the unit?
Customer: replied 6 years ago.

i have to replace the a-coil and the compressor as inexpensively as possible. i need to know whether it will work with a 10 seer a-coil and new compressor or do i have to install a 13 seer a-coil. the money is tight on this one, but it has function, obviously.

thanks for your help.

I would go with a 3 ton 10SEER coil if you can still get one!! Otherwise, it wouldn't hurt to go with a 13 SEER, just gives you more efficiency. Use the model number off the old compressor to match up a new one.
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