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  1. #1
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    Nov 2007
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    Olympia, Wash.
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    Trane Product Data

    I'm trying to find a link to download Trane Product Data for the following items:

    XL14i Heat Pump (2TWX4042B1000AA)

    XR 90 Furnace (TDX1B080A9421A)

    Indoor Coil(?) 2TXC8048AC3HCAA

    Have downloaded an XL14i Product Data for a 4TTX4018 HP but I'm trying to get exact if I can.

    Thank you.

    -OKJ

  2. #2
    Join Date
    Nov 2004
    Location
    SW FL
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    Quote Originally Posted by speedymonk View Post
    I'm trying to find a link to download Trane Product Data for the following items:

    XL14i Heat Pump (2TWX4042B1000AA)
    XR 90 Furnace (TDX1B080A9421A)
    Indoor Coil(?) 2TXC8048AC3HCAA

    Have downloaded an XL14i Product Data for a 4TTX4018 HP but I'm trying to get exact if I can.

    Thank you. -OKJ
    Some split systems can be found at

    http://www.trane.com/Commercial/Prod...st.aspx?i=1264

    Discuss equipment selections with local dealer.

    I doubt that a furnace would be required in Washington state.
    I know it very rarely ( < 250 hours annually) goes below freezing in Olympia.
    66 hours < 25'F

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  3. #3
    Join Date
    Mar 2006
    Location
    The South
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    Speedy

    A gas furnace used as backup is overkill for your area/climate. Unless you are using gas for other reasons such as cooking,water heating, etc or just want that heating source as backup, then you should consider the 80% AFUE XV80 var speed model. And I would not purchase an air handler or gas furnace as backup without a var speed blower.

    IMO

  4. #4
    Join Date
    May 2007
    Location
    Upstate SC
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    Check out this site - I found it once on the net when I was looking for info for my system. I can't vouch for the authenticity of the documents or whether they are most current.
    http://www.aireng.com/clientuploads/

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