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    Trane AHU & xl20i

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    Why the ball valve on the drain?

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    Quote Originally Posted by SBKold View Post
    Why the ball valve on the drain?
    Allows for service by isolating coil and line. The ball is closed, line cleared both ways via stacks with CO2, all without cutting/gluing anything.

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    Oh ok got it. Nice job.

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    Why not go with a TAM8 A/H, did home owner not want communicating system? Good looking install.

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    Thank you.

    Not sure of the reason for this matchup, but this is a Hyperion (XL series I think) running Comfortlink II.

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