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    Trane XL20i 4TTZ0048B1

    Does someone have access to the Cooling Performance Data Sheet for the Trane XL20i 4TTZ0048B1 condenser they wouldn't mind posting for me?

    Many thanks!!
    Sharon

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    Also, what would be the difference between the 4TTZ0048B and 4TTZ0048A?

    Thanks again!
    Sharon

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    Tied to any particular coil?
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    Does 4TXCC008CC3HCA work? I'm particularly looking for the data that shows the sensible capacity as a function of dry bulb and wet bulb temperatures.

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    Here ya go, furnace also matters.4TTZ0048B1.pdf
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    My contractor has this furnace specified: TUD2C080A9V4. Does that change the cooling data?

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    Yup. Give me a minute or two

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    And, Jim, if you have an extra minute, do you know why the Trane website (for home owners) would specify the condenser as 4TTZ0048A? Rather than 48B? Thx!

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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonG View Post
    My contractor has this furnace specified: TUD2C080A9V4. Does that change the cooling data?
    Here ya go.4TTZ0048B1-1.pdf
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    Quote Originally Posted by SharonG View Post
    And, Jim, if you have an extra minute, do you know why the Trane website (for home owners) would specify the condenser as 4TTZ0048A? Rather than 48B? Thx!
    The A model would be the OLDER model. I don't know off hand what the upgrade is in the B model, it could be something as simple as condenser fan blade change. But would be considered a major upgrade.
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    I looked at the parts breakdown of the A & B models and can't find a major component different. Same comps, coil, fan motor & blade between the 2. But something as simple as a fan blade change could be the difference though not in this case.

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    Many thanks guys! I truly appreciate it!

    Sharon

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