Carrier Parts By Model Number

At Shortys HVAC Supplies we get many calls asking why we do not have our site set up so you can identify Carrier parts by the model number. Carrier Corp uses a variation of a model number to identify the parts used for a particular model. This is called the product or production number and it has several more digits than the standard model number. Every time a part is changed during the manufacturing process a digit is changed in the product number to specify which part was used. A specific model number may have many variations during the time it was used. We collect the product number and log into a Carrier database of all the production numbers and can see which parts were used during the manufacturing process. This is not a database that is readily available online. When we look up the product number for you we see the current part required for your application as well as any notes that have been added recommending any changes the equipment may need to complete your repair. By taking a few extra minutes we can many times prevent a problem you may have when making the repair. Your equipment will also maintain its UL rating and operate at peak efficiency.

Informational Video About Fan Motors

This is a video to help people with do it yourself motor replacement. Give us a call at 877-821-8770 or send an email to if you need help identifying the correct motor. We will need the complete model number of the piece of equipment your are working on to identify parts for you.

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Informational Video About Fan Blades

We post videos from time to time for do it yourself repairs for your air conditioning equipment. This video is about examining a fan blade and common failure points such a cracked blade or a broken hub. Be sure and subscribe to our You Tube channel for our new videos. If you need to replace your fan blade and are not sure which part number is correct be sure and send us an email or give us a call with the information from the air conditioner nameplate and we will be happy to identify the correct part for you.

Lennox Heat Pump ID Tag

I have attached a picture of a Lennox Heat Pump tag for reference to show what we need to identify parts. This tag is for a model 10HPB18-9P. On this particular model the 10HP tells us this is a 10 SEER heat pump. The B means this is a series B. the next 2 digits are 18 and that tells us this is 18,000 BTU or 1-1/2 ton. The last part of the model tells us this unit is the 9th revision which means this model has had 9 different changes in parts used during the manufacturing process since it was released. This 10 seer 1-1/2 ton B series heat pump had 14 revisions before being discontinued. It s critical to have an accurate model number to look up parts.

Please email us or give us a call if you need help identifying parts.

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