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How can I tell the age of a Rheem air conditioner or furnace from the serial number?
Saturday, June 23, 2018
Find the letter in the middle or beginning of the serial number. The first two numbers after it are the week of manufacture, and the third and fourth numbers after the letter are the year of manufacture. The month and year of manufacture is also indicated at the upper right of the data plate. So the “G0994” in the serial number below means it was manufactured in the 9th week of 1994, and the “MFD. 03/94” confirms it. There’s also the option of going to the Rheem website’s serial number lookup page at https://www.rheem.com/how-old-is-my-air-conditioner/. And for the age of another brand or manufacturer, go to our blog post How do I determine the age of my air conditioner?
And to get the size of your Rheem system, go to How can I tell the size in tons of a Rheem air conditioner or heat pump from the model number?
And to figure out what all the other numbers listed on the condenser data plate mean, go to our blog post How do I understand the air conditioner or heat pump condenser label (data plate)?
To determine other key specs of your HVAC system, see one of these other blog posts:
To find the age of other home components, go to How can I find out the age of a roof? and How do I determine the age of an electrical panel? and How do I determine the age of my water heater? For life expectancies, visit What is the average life expectancy of the components of a house?• • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • • •
To learn more about heating and air conditioning systems, see these other blog posts:
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