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  1. #40
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    Quote Originally Posted by hvacvegas View Post
    "Units with rotary or reciprocating compressors and non-bleed TXV’s
    require a Hard Start Kit."

    Thats the new slogan from the install instructions.

    I know for a fact that the older models used to say scroll instead of recip. Sounds like someone made a typo and changed it.

    Thanks for getting me to double check.
    I was getting worried I would have to go back to some units and install hard starts.
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    Quote Originally Posted by troyport View Post
    thanks for the replies guys.. but you have confused me because I don't know the technical terms.. so with this set up that he wants to install, do I need the hard start kit? He does not have it on his parts list but I am sure he would add it if I asked him to.
    Not needed on a Copeland Scroll Compressor. But won't do any harm if one is installed.
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