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    older trane rtu

    Still runs but customer decided to call after over two weeks, Evap motor mounting plate broke the last hack tried welding it but his welds didn't penatrate. Also note how the fuse is gone from the fuse holder on the left. Ah who needs fuses
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    Nice ghetto rig.

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    we don't call them dumpster units for nuthin
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    i never understood why trane ships there units with such a low lps cutout.. ive seen them with as low as 5psi

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    Quote Originally Posted by marter View Post
    i never understood why trane ships there units with such a low lps cutout.. ive seen them with as low as 5psi
    The ones I 've seen lately are 7 psi and I think they are basicly a loss of charge safety instead of a true lps. The last unit I saw that had that blower arraingement was a 1978 model 7 1/2 ton. I replaced it last year with a Precedent.
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