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    GE Packed RTU Model Series BWC

    I am looking for the Product Data pertaining to this series of unit. Thought it would be easy to find online, but it is anything but. If anyone has this on PDF or can suggest a site for this information, I would greatly appreciate it.

    Thanks in advance!

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    If memory serves Trane bought out GE's line long ago and continued to produce them. I don't know Trane's model numbers but they might be available with a picture. Nothing looks quite like a GE. BTW they had the most ridiculous to interpret wiring/control ideas I've seen. Too much of everything especially in heat mode.
    Tracers work both ways.

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    You are correct that Trane bought out GE - or really vice versa now... I have my question answered and thank you all that took the time to read it.

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    Hi echocrewchief,
    I will scan it for your tomorrow.
    I thought I had it here on this computer
    but it is a BTC, cooling only not a heat pump.

    By the way, Trane bought GE's air conditioning division in
    1983 for $135 million dollars in cash. I was working for GE at that time.
    I was in Space Systems, not CAC.

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    Hi echocrewchief,
    Do you know what the tonnage of the unit or model number?
    The model number would be best.
    I have pulled the GE book out of the attic.

    Let me know.

    Allen
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    It is easy to get online IF you can access Comfortsite or asdealernet. Talk to your friendly Trane or American Standard distributor for access.

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    Quote Originally Posted by echocrewchief View Post
    You are correct that Trane bought out GE - or really vice versa now... I have my question answered and thank you all that took the time to read it.
    Allen is correct. I have a store with a working BWC. It says GE right on the plate. Trane bought out the GE HVAC program. Soon after, Black and Decker bought the GE small appliance program.
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    Quote Originally Posted by BaldLoonie View Post
    It is easy to get online IF you can access Comfortsite or asdealernet.

    I recently switched jobs and had access through my former employer. Just established access with my current employer on the Comfortsite webpage. Prior to that I was helped by a few on the boards here and I really appreciate it.

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