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    Just let me die.

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    Poor tortured Trane. Hope it does not need to be washed today. The condenser coil has to be removed, picked by a overhead crane and washed in a washout bay if so.

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    Proper tools can get that coil cleaned on site,, If they have a crane on site I understand. If not cost of crane U can get Proper equipment,, and not the washers at home depot.
    Seen worst locations.

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    Can't stop a Trane.

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    Is the unit located inside?


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    Yes sir.

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    Crane it,, but make sure customer sees the inside when there split. easier sale down the road.

    Pictures after would be a great share

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    Wow. Now I know why it looks like that. The head pressure must be through the roof.


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    Quote Originally Posted by qwerty hvac View Post
    Wow. Now I know why it looks like that. The head pressure must be through the roof.


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    Yes it is pretty awesome sometimes. This one was chugging along at 350 with a decent load. Maybe it will get washed next year.

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    What is that unit feeding? Is it a Factory?
    I have never seen a Rooftop inside only a residental condenser but it had a Hood on the condenser fan to blow outside.

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    Quote Originally Posted by OldSchoolMech View Post
    What is that unit feeding? Is it a Factory?
    I have never seen a Rooftop inside only a residental condenser but it had a Hood on the condenser fan to blow outside.
    Feeding a drive control room that is I think about 10'x15. Aluminum mill. We see lots and lots of this. Great application for 410a units haha.

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    What's with the filter-drier on the ground in the third pic?

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    It was like a trane treasure chest of failed, spent, used parts when we opened it up. That drier was just shucked out changing the compressor.

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