BTU to Ton RatingPost created: 2013-06-06 Type of Equipment: Air Conditioner Views: 553
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On 2013-06-06 JB wrote:
There are 12,000 BTU per ton in a central AC unit. You can learn more about these measures here: http://www.furnacecompare.com/faq/definitions/input-output-measures.html.
On 2013-08-24 Amanda wrote:
the water has a pump that pumps the water over the exhaust coils to make it run efitcenfly. check you drain on the back it may be clogged. or to full but if it was too full it should have a trip switch that would shut the compressor down to keep it from over flowing. but it may be a bad switch. just a couple of ideas to try hope this helps :0) Was this answer helpful?
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