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  1. #14
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    Looks way older than 10 years it has been a while since they used those colors of paint
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    Quote Originally Posted by buttwheat View Post
    Looks way older than 10 years it has been a while since they used those colors of paint
    It went in end 07. It's an American standard, although I'm pretty sure they use the same color paint for both AS and trane. A lot of their AHU still use the same old color. You can't see it in the pic, but The condenser has the new almost blue-ish color.


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    Quote Originally Posted by samgevas View Post
    It went in end 07. It's an American standard, although I'm pretty sure they use the same color paint for both AS and trane. A lot of their AHU still use the same old color. You can't see it in the pic, but The condenser has the new almost blue-ish color.


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    Oh I thought it looked like it was that light grey paint my bad
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    JOB SECURITYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYYY JOB SECURITYYYYYYYYYYY THOSE DAMN TRANES

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    Quote Originally Posted by BNME8EZ View Post
    What are you doing being so hard on good equipment. We always limit our customers to 1 leak at a time.
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    I found a goodman slab coil leaking smack fan in the middle of the coil.

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    I have a York that was replaced 1 year ago with an alum. coil.
    The new coil is leaking big time.

    Because of this I am suppose to fill out the "York System Evaluation" sheet when replaced, with all the numbers....
    This one is within 2 months of being out of warranty...
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    I've been seeing lots of trane coils leaking both indoor and outdoor, and don't get me started on the secondary heat exchangers on their furnaces. We used to sell trane and I've been doing 1-2 heat exchangers for a few weeks now. Something about over torqued screws.

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    I don't think that there is any where to run or hide when it comes to these leaking coils.
    We tried switching to Rheem, but they're even worse.
    Aluminum was suppose to be the fix, but I still get quite a few leakers even with those(though it is less)


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    I find more leaks on carrier/payne slant coils than anything else..... always on the bottom in the back.......

    Anyhow..... I am bad about finding a leak and then just quitting the search........ it has not bitten me back yet.... but I always seem to have that Dohhh moment sometime after leaving..... like... what if there is another leak when I go back to change out the coil or accumulator.
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  11. #24
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    they call it Silver Gray for AS they are the same exact equipment but not sure why this is wall of shame, ALL Brands have leaking issues on top of many other warranty issues..it made it 10 years that pretty good now a days LOL

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