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Old 04-13-2014, 01:13 PM   #1
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What BTU rating is my a/c unit?

I am buying a used TT. I found the spec sheet inside one of the drawers with this notation. Does it mean my unit is 15k BTU? Is there another way to tell?
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That spec sheet indicates that it is a 15,000 btu model.
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I am buying a used TT. I found the spec sheet inside one of the drawers with this notation. Does it mean my unit is 15k BTU? Is there another way to tell?
Yes, you got the good one.
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Do some more digging around in the cabinets for a large package of data sheets for all of the appliances and items installed on that unit.

My package was stuffed next to the water heater on one of my trailers and in a drawer on the other trailer.

Maybe you can pull down the ceiling filter door of the installed unit and find the name and model number. That will tell you for sure what you have... Just type the model number into google search or post here.

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I would also look under the inside cover and get the model number. Dealers have been known to sell something different that what is listed and owners have been know to replace items with non-similar ones.
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