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  1. Thread: What be it?

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    Heil, Whirlpool, Fedders, or Friedrich?

    Heil, Whirlpool, Fedders, or Friedrich?
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    If you ever do, let me know. I'd be the first...

    If you ever do, let me know. I'd be the first customer. Just as long as you have something from GE.:grin2:
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    Thanks Mr. Beiser. I guess the search continues....

    Thanks Mr. Beiser. I guess the search continues. I know the coil I have has a factory Emerson Alco ANCE TXV from the factory. So I guess this bulletin would not cover anything besides the Sporlans.
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    Trane TXV/coil service bulletin?

    Is there any way someone could post the Trane Service Bulletin about TXVs that cause a water hammer sound. I noticed in another post today that Southern Mech stated something on this issue. Our five...
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    ooops, meant Stewart Warner

    ooops, meant Stewart Warner
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    Borg-Warner

    Borg-Warner
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    Well, the cabinet looks like a Heat...

    Well, the cabinet looks like a Heat Controller/Addison in the first picture. I know a couple 1974 Heat Controllers around here have a Modine corrugated all aluminum coil. The second picture, Heatwave...
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    Thanks for the info MechAcc! I searched a bit...

    Thanks for the info MechAcc! I searched a bit more last night on here and found the other information. Thanks again!
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    Digicool 1250 still available?

    I was just wondering if the Digicool 1250 model could still be purchased new. If not, I know the AK900s are great, just wondering their country of origin as far as assembly.

    Thanks!
  10. Sorry to get back with you so late. Thanks for...

    Sorry to get back with you so late. Thanks for the replies.

    Baldloonie: That coil you are referring to is one of the cased A coils with the 95% upflow X13 motor furnace and their best 13 SEER air...
  11. Trane/AS 13 SEER condenser capacity with HE furnace

    I am currently working on a project and I am needing to find what the total capacity, nearest 60k BTU I can get with the Trane/AS 4TTR3060D1 or the 4A7A3060D1. I have found on both AHRI and Trane's...
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    Dang, I didn't get to this one in time. I...

    Dang, I didn't get to this one in time. I honestly was going to say Green Colonial, reminded me of that one that was kinda aquamarine blue/green that had the centrifugal blower on the right end. Was...
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    I'm thinking Fedders/Mueller Climatrol.

    I'm thinking Fedders/Mueller Climatrol.
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    Addison/Heat Controller?

    Addison/Heat Controller?
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    Could it be a WILLIE?:grin2:

    Could it be a WILLIE?:grin2:
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    Sorry to dig up an old thread, but any hints on...

    Sorry to dig up an old thread, but any hints on the left unit?:grin2:
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    One on the left even looks like it was painted...

    One on the left even looks like it was painted like a Lennox. Could the left one be a Heil, Moncrief, Frazier Johnson, or Patco? I swear I've seen that raised emblem somewhere. Perhaps a Borg-Warner...
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    First one kinda looks like a Lennox or old pre-GE...

    First one kinda looks like a Lennox or old pre-GE era Trane. The other one does look like a Fedders. I know I've seen that second one around here before. Kinda reminiscent of their lawn burners.
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    Is Johnson Controls supposed to come out with a...

    Is Johnson Controls supposed to come out with a heat pump York/Luxaire/Coleman model also?
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    Is that a later model, as I thought a lot of...

    Is that a later model, as I thought a lot of those units had a front stamped louvered grille, as opposed to the wire grille. Looks kinda like their cube horizontal discharge models from the '80s that...
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    Yeah, about 10 years ago, at our vo-tech, we had...

    Yeah, about 10 years ago, at our vo-tech, we had a ADJ Fogstorm 1200 and used a refrigeration unit out of an old Coke machine. I forget what the BTU capacity of it was. Anyway, used coiled up copper...
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    I wish they still made dehumidifiers with the all...

    I wish they still made dehumidifiers with the all aluminum evaporator coils. Just two epoxied joints and no dissimilar metals that are wet with condensation. Seems those units lasted the longest. But...
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    Totally agree about the mixture of liquid and...

    Totally agree about the mixture of liquid and gas. I guess this would cause lower capacity as the metering device would not have a solid column of liquid refrigerant behind it, causing flash gas I...
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    Sorry I wasn't able to respond sooner. To...

    Sorry I wasn't able to respond sooner. To cartercrew: the top 3 or 4 passes do not sweat, nor does the suction header, even after running in first stage for at least half an hour. The tube sheet only...
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    I always wondered about what superheat the TXVs...

    I always wondered about what superheat the TXVs on these systems are supposed to run at the coil. The charging/performance chart with the outdoor system and the service manual with proper adjustments...
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    I will be curious what is said as well. 4 year...

    I will be curious what is said as well. 4 year old 3 ton XL19i air conditioner with XV90 80k V3 furnace and 3 ton coil. Same exact symptoms you describe. Multiple service visits with no remediation....
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    #2 possibly an Amana? #3 Possibly Fedders? ...

    #2 possibly an Amana?

    #3 Possibly Fedders?

    Is the #5 company or name still around? Were they known for anything else?
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    Any more hints or clues?

    Any more hints or clues?
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    #2 Luxaire? #4 Magic Chef or Green Colonial? ...

    #2 Luxaire?

    #4 Magic Chef or Green Colonial?

    #5 looks interesting. It kind of looks like an old Trane, but without the wrap-around vertical coil. Does this unit have a flat horizontal coil?
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    1. Amana? 2. Bryant, Carrier, or Heil Villager?...

    1. Amana?
    2. Bryant, Carrier, or Heil Villager?
    4. Amana or American Standard?
    5. PATCO or Cumberland?
    6. Bryant or Lennox HS6 or HS8?
    7. Fedders?
    9. American Standard or Tappan?

    I don't...
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    Have a Happy Birthday sir!

    Have a Happy Birthday sir!
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    Actually, I was wrong. Last column in specs is...

    Actually, I was wrong. Last column in specs is uncrated weight. The 6 ton is only 400 lbs. Kinda puny :grin2:
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    I'll scan the specs when I get home. Think I may...

    I'll scan the specs when I get home. Think I may have a color photo of one.
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    At least for 1967, available sizes for those type...

    At least for 1967, available sizes for those type of units were 6, 8 (thought it was 7.5), and 10 ton units. Tandem units were available as 16 and 20 ton units. R-22 refrigerant. TXV metering device...
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    Oh, I got a few tricks up my sleeve. :grin2:

    Oh, I got a few tricks up my sleeve. :grin2:
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    Surely those aren't GE's too? Spine fin?

    Surely those aren't GE's too? Spine fin?
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    What, no hints? :grin2:

    What, no hints? :grin2:
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    I would almost have to say that the tall slender...

    I would almost have to say that the tall slender unit with the disconnect is an old GE from mid to late '60s vintage, at least 7.5 ton or more. The other dual condenser fan unit puzzles me. There is...
  39. Unless I'm reading it wrong or they changed it,...

    Unless I'm reading it wrong or they changed it, the first page of the PDF at the top of this page says under:

    Reliability

    Electronic expansion valve (EXV) for heating, TXV for cooling


    ???
  40. Based upon the literature, I'm kind of surprised...

    Based upon the literature, I'm kind of surprised that they are not using an EEV for the inside metering device as well as just the outside metering device.
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    Yes and no. The basic appearance is the same, but...

    Yes and no. The basic appearance is the same, but ALS redesigned a lot of the mechanicals when they brought them out in '04. Not to many tub seal problems now.
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    Have any of you tried Speed Queen? Made in Ripon,...

    Have any of you tried Speed Queen? Made in Ripon, Wisconsin. No nonsense design, belt drive on their top loaders, 210 degree agitation stroke. And from what I hear, their front loaders aren't to bad...
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    Geez, I hate to say it, but I'm really...

    Geez, I hate to say it, but I'm really jealous.:grin2:

    I had a relative that worked there back in the heyday. I've become sort of a collector of their HVAC division products, mainly with their...
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    I know the feeling. My dad gets mad when...

    I know the feeling. My dad gets mad when something breaks because he didn't take care of it. He seems to think that the chinese junk that replaces the 30 some year old US made stuff with will last as...
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    Did the HS6 have the capillary liquid line RFC?...

    Did the HS6 have the capillary liquid line RFC? That's got to be fun to replace when you can't really run a new lineset easily.
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    Ah, don't feel too left out Mr. B I'm younger...

    Ah, don't feel too left out Mr. B

    I'm younger than you:grin2:
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    International Oil Burner aka Nordyne gets kinda...

    International Oil Burner aka Nordyne gets kinda confusing with International of Utica, aka Weil-McLain, which we had their highboy furnace and 2 ton horizontal discharge condenser from 1969.
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    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't AFCO Singer's...

    Correct me if I'm wrong, but wasn't AFCO Singer's parent company back then?
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    AFCO or Curtis?

    AFCO or Curtis?
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    I haven't forgot about this thread. I believe...

    I haven't forgot about this thread. I believe that #6 is a Choo-Choo, pre-GE days
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