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    Big Mess ot Lil Mess

    Hi all,

    Need some help in determining how big of a mess I ve gotten myself into. A year ago I had both of my 21 yr old Carrier Weathermakes serviced. AC Tech told me they would need replacing soon. I came across a 2 yr old 2.5Ton Trane system on a distressed house I was flipping. It wasnt running but I figured Id keep it for later and put something cheap in the rehab. Well the upstairs 2 Ton Carrier died and I have the following Trane components: Condensing14Xli) 4TTX4030b1000AA, Furnace: (XL80)TUD080r936k5, Coil:TXC03c4HPC0.

    Is this a complete matched system?
    It was installed as a vertical-what parts do I need to convert it to horizontal?
    Does it use R22 or the 4xx refrigerant?
    Does it require a specific Trane drip pan?
    How many labor hours should it take to replace my old system thats inthe attic?
    Should I sell it all and start new?
    Any idea what this system sold for 2 years ago?

    Thx for any and all responses..

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    Need some help in determining how big of a mess I ve gotten myself into.

    AC Tech told me they would need replacing soon.

    I came across a 2 yr old 2.5Ton Trane system on a distressed house I was flipping. It wasnt running but I figured Id keep it for later and put something cheap in the rehab. Well the upstairs 2 Ton Carrier died and I have the following Trane components: Condensing14Xli) 4TTX4030b1000AA, Furnace: (XL80)TUD080r936k5, Coil:TXC03c4HPC0.

    Is this a complete matched system? ?
    It was installed as a vertical- what parts do I need to convert it to horizontal? Check the installation manuals

    Does it use R22 or the 4xx refrigerant? R-410A obviously

    Does it require a specific Trane drip pan?

    How many labor hours should it take to replace my old system thats in the attic? ~ 80 +/- 60

    Should I sell it all and start new? Why wasn't it running?

    Any idea what this system sold for 2 years ago
    $9,000 +/- $8,500 ...

    What did Your AC Tech say?
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