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    Dog house next to condenser

    Customer was surprised that it was this bad, only a year since the last cleaning. Dog house and doggy door within 2 ft of unit. 2 large dogs. I threw in a before and after picture.
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    What magic dust did you use?

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    Quote Originally Posted by nick muniz View Post
    What magic dust did you use?
    Vacuumed with shopvac first, then used NuCalgon Special HD Calclean.

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    At least they aren't peeing on it. Yet.


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    Amazing that you got that "lint brush" so nice and clean. Good job. Took a while, did it?

    My favorite lint to pick out of the Trane/American Standard lint brush is cottonwood fluff.....

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    Dryer lint is nice too.

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    How could the poor Dogs sleep w/ all that noise right outside the crib??
    I imagine it is a bit quiter during the heat of the day now.....

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    It's All about Heat.............................to a degree

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    Hi jackee88 and welcome. Where are you from?

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    you can actually take a small propane torch and burn it off, not joking.
    As iron sharpens iron so one man sharpens another Proverbs 27:17 NIV84

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kevin Weaver View Post
    you can actually take a small propane torch and burn it off, not joking.
    yeah it works but stink like hell....lol.

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    i heard that is how trane wants the coils cleaned with a torch

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    Yea they sell more units that way! Lol

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    Just reading the IOM on a ycd340. they say if using chemicals to not exceed 150* liquid temps on coil or it may burst. How do we regulate are torches when cleaning?

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