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    Who makes this model

    The nunber is
    2TXCB031BC3HCA.

    I googled and it said American Standard and some said Trane. Can anyone clear this up?
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    Thanks you very much. BTW what is ARI?

    Thanks you very much. BTW what is ARI?
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    2 ton and a trane coil

    2 ton and a trane coil
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    I asked if it was compatable and they said yes. ...

    I asked if it was compatable and they said yes. They said the system would still have the same warranty, ect? Where does the problem come in? Thank you in advance.
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    Question

    I am in the process of having a second unit put on my home. The airhandler is going in the attic and they are having some trouble getting the unit in the attic with the pitch of the roof.

    I am...
  6. Thread: Thanks

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    thanks

    I am a resident and will only be in the home 4 years, and at the most 5. We bought the house and thought the a/c was going to work fine. The previous owners did not let us know that the second...
  7. Thread: Thanks

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    thanks

    I am doing R22. As for the heating element I do not know the difference, but this unit is just for the upstairs, I have a gas furnace for the first floor and the basement.

    Thanks again.
  8. Thread: Thanks

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    Thanks

    Thanks for all the help, directly replying to my threads and replying to everyones that I have read. I am going with a 2 ton Trane system

    XR13 2 ton Air Conditioner
    2/4 TEE Variable Speed...
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    Thanks for all the help

    Thanks for all the help
  10. Thread: better

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    better

    The trane guy did a load calc and came up with only needind 6 KW heat for entire house. I will still have a gas furnace (not sure of size) for downstairs. He stated the 5kw would be plenty (because...
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    better

    I am adding an additional 2 ton unit for the upstairs in my 77 year old 2000 sq ft home. The airhandler will be in the attic and I have gotten two quotes that were comperable and wanted to know what...
  12. Thread: variable?

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    variable

    I am putting in a system in the second story because the original unit (which is staying to do downstairs) can not keep the upstairs cool. I am talking about a variable speed air handler, but this...
  13. Thread: variable?

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    variable?

    Should I opt for variable speed compressor for additional a/c unit. Unit going in is 2 ton american standard in the attic. I have one quote with variable speed compressor and one without. The one...
  14. Thread: Second System

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    second system

    they did do a load calc and came up with approx 4 tons needed. it was going to be cheaper to install the second system than replace the one existing. Also the ductwork to the second floor would...
  15. Thread: Second System

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    second system

    I am adding the second system and keeping the first. So will have 2.5 (basement and downstairs) + 2.0 (upstairs).
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    Second System

    I moved into a 2000 sq (excluding unfinished basement) ft 77 year old home. The home is three levels with one of them being an unfinished basement. The back room on the lower level is an addition...
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