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Looking for AC Compressor Manual


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#1 tate16t

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Posted 15 August 2006 - 11:49 AM

I'm looking for a downloadable (or other) manual for a York AC Compressor unit.

Model #: H1CH036S06A

Does anyone know where to find these?


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Posted 15 August 2006 - 06:44 PM

Probably be hard to find on the web but your local dealer will have any info you need most of the time they will even copy it out of their main book for you for a small fee. Are we having some problems with this unit? Lay it out here and the samurais will fix it lol


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Posted 16 August 2006 - 01:44 PM

The fan motor is shot and I'm looking for the current part# and cost for a replacement motor. I found the manual in the unit but it was in very bad condition, not readable.

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Posted 16 August 2006 - 05:20 PM

:dude: The model and serial # should suffice to get a motor from the supply house. Most fan motors are general replacement, unless it uses a particular mount. Jot down the Voltage,Horsepower, Frame (48Y) # of speeds, and rotation. GE and many other mfr are making multi H/P / multi speed replacement motors with reversible rotation to fit any need. The one I carry on the truck is 3 speed, and is 1/8 through 3/4 HP depending on the speed you select and the run capacitor you use. I now only carry 1 fan motor, and it fits 9 out of 10 systems.
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Posted 16 August 2006 - 06:21 PM

FAN MOTOR
7.5 MFD
440 VAC
EMERSON (I think this is what it says)
MotorDivision St. Louis
Model: K55HXKNJ-3417
HP 1/4
Hz 50/60 amp 1.2 ph1
Volt 203/230
RPM 850/2SPD
PT No 024-25192C





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