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Old 07-08-2016, 11:29   #1
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I have a new to me adler Barbour z3311 condenser. I am not sure if it is a horizontal or a vertical model. Does it matter? Any help will be welcome.
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Compressor needs to be right side up.

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I have a new to me adler Barbour z3311 condenser. I am not sure if it is a horizontal or a vertical model. Does it matter? Any help will be welcome.
Short answer Yes it matters.

Long answer: You'll want the discharge side to be lower then the inlet side of the condenser. So if horizontal above a compressor the lower line would be the discharge, higher line is from compressor..... In all cases. This so oil does not get trapped in the coil.
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