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Arco-Aire Serial Number Code


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Hi All,

Is anyone familiar with how to decode the serial number for an Arco-Aire gas furnace? If so, please post that information here.

I had one yesterday. I just checked my chart and noticed that I've never added Arco-Aire brand furnaces to it. I'd like to get that information so I can update the chart. Thanks.

Model: GD1050A012AIN

Serial: 1925138109

Manufacturer#: GDI 1050AEAIN

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

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Originally posted by hausdok

Hi All,

Is anyone familiar with how to decode the serial number for an Arco-Aire gas furnace? If so, please post that information here.

I had one yesterday. I just checked my chart and noticed that I've never added Arco-Aire brand furnaces to it. I'd like to get that information so I can update the chart. Thanks.

Model: GD1050A012AIN

Serial: 1925138109

Manufacturer#: GDI 1050AEAIN

ONE TEAM - ONE FIGHT!!!

Mike

I believe they're manufactured by International Comfort Products.

- Jim Katen, Oregon

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Are you sure that the first digit in the serial # is a number and not a letter?

My notes indicate that International Comfort Products manufactures Airquest, Arcoaire, Comfortmaker, Heil, Keeprite, Kenmore, and Tempstar. The serial number begins with a letter, the next 2 digits are the year, followed by the week.

If your serial number began with "I" instead of 1, I would guess it to be manufactured the 51st week of '92, but what do I know. I've seen more ancient coal boilers converted to oil than gas furnaces.

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Hi,

Bill, you might have it. It might have been an I. It had an 1990 ANSI date on the energy consumption label. I thought, from memory, that the next ANSI date was 1993, so I'd pegged it at 14 to 17 years old. Guess I was in the ballpark.

Thanks everyone for you help. Now I can modify my chart for next time.

This place is so kewl!

OT - OF!!! [;)]

M.

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