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Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!

Posted by punapat (My Page) on
Tue, Nov 15, 11 at 16:01

Our AC and Heating system is fail...and have to replace it..Our condo in in center New Jersey..2 bedroom..1300 sqft.
two option

13 sheer
2 ton
1 stage
condenser model# 13AJN24
coil model # RCFL24
80% efficiency

heating capacity 50,000 BTU
1 stage
multi speed fan
furnace model#RGPSos


Is it reasonable price range?
Is Rheem good option to go with?
does any one using it? any review? or any other brand shoud I go with like Haier or somethig?

I have another quote
same capacity and efficiency one
Price difference is not big..
which one should I pick?

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RE: Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!


First of all, are you limited by condo covenant to an 80% eff furnace?

Rheem depending on mdl series is a quality brand.

However, the mdls quoted both furnace and outside AC condenser are bottom end. I would not recommend either.

If you like, I can offer a better suggestion. But if this is strictly a decision based on price and budget, then I will pass.


RE: Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!


I have to stick with 80% because more efficiency need separate exhaust. It is for condominum. you can give me suggestion on it.

RE: Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!


No Haier. It's a POJ.

On Rheem. Here are my selections.

� 1st choice RGPE
2nd choice RGPT
� AC Condensers RANL/RAPM-JAZ


RE: Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!

"Our AC and Heating system is fail"
Specifically which element failed? There are numerous YouTube videos showing how to replace contactors, capacitors, and condenser fan motors.

DO NOT post multiple threads on the same topic!

RE: Should I go with Rheem? Review please!!

I have a 15 seer system that was installed 2 years ago and I am very satisfied with it.

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