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Central air and heat model # 564anx0600aaaf Serial#

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bryant central air and heat model # *****
Serial# *****
Am I writing them correctly?
Submitted: 5 months ago.
Category: HVAC
Expert:  airheatman replied 5 months ago.

It appears you have a packaged unit self contained system What are you trying to determine?

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
I am told that my condenser is shot the guy said K4k+replace sys .
I am trying to find a replacement for condenser but I am unable to decipher the code on side label
Model:564ANX0600AAAF, SERIAL : 0697G40216
Expert:  airheatman replied 5 months ago.

Here is what the code means:

564A is a small packaged unit

N means 208/230 volts

X means not equipped for fuel burning

060 is 60,000 btus or 5 ton unit

AA is a US Standard unit

F means it can accept an economizer.

Is it the compressor that he is saying is bad?

Expert:  airheatman replied 5 months ago.

There should be a model on the compressor itself that we can cross reference if you can get that number

Customer: replied 5 months ago.
commpressor is frozen and unit is old they the tech say it it 3.5 ton and old it also has heat strips
Customer: replied 5 months ago.
564ANX03600AAAF CORRECT MODEL#
Expert:  airheatman replied 5 months ago.

First model you posted was 564ANX0600AAAF

If there is a 3 n that model it is a 36000 or 3 ton.

THis is model on unit though.The will be a different model on the compressor itself.May be hard to find OEM part number due to age but number should be on compressor.

However if compressor is frozen it is nt bad.A defective compressor will not make ice.

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