2 1/2 ton Armstrong AH


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Old 04-16-16, 01:58 PM
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2 1/2 ton Armstrong AH

Hi All, does anyone know what the replacement "A" coil would be for this unit?

MDL. SCU12E30A4. S/N. 1603J17531. mfg. Jan. 03

Air handler. MDL EBCZ42AN00A-1. S/N. 5803F 29326
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Old 04-16-16, 03:25 PM
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You were asking the same question back in November. http://www.doityourself.com/forum/ai...placement.html

I don't see a replacement evaporator coil listed..... however you may have to work directly with an Armstrong dealer as their parts lists are not all available online to the general public.

If you are concerned with re-using the electric heat portion..... maybe it can be integrated in a new air handler.
 
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Old 04-16-16, 04:38 PM
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Sorry! Just seeing if you were paying attention, I knew I had asked the question but didn't think it was this forum,or even if I had encluded the mdl#etc.
Please forgive me!
 
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No problem Geo. .........................
 
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Old 04-18-16, 06:59 AM
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New coil in a 13 yr old unit! That's crazy IMO.
 
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Old 04-19-16, 05:01 PM
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LOL it is not crazy, i resemble that remark. Dr slumlord here has put coils in many over ten year old units. Now I will have to admit that I have spent what seems like a half a zillion dollars on training and specialty HVAC tools that are basically worthless for anything other than HVAC work. It is all tax deductible though man.
 
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Old 04-20-16, 11:36 AM
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My thought was or is ,my electric heat never used, replace blower motor,if it ever failed not a big deal,why spend the time and money to reduct a good shell,when a new "A " coil can be slipped in with no problem,repiped as would still be necessary with a new airhandler and install a new condenser.
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Old 04-21-16, 05:11 AM
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Problem is 1st finding a coil that will fit. 2nd the energy savings of a new unit. 3rd next week the comp could go out.
 
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Old 04-21-16, 01:47 PM
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compressor would be replaced at the same time as the " A" coil with new refrigerant,coils seem to be standard sizes,system would have to meet a minimum 13 SEER in order to pass inspection,I don't see the problem,only finding a Co. that is willing to do it.
 
 

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