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    PCV4D & CVHF770

    Looking for IOM and Tear Down manual for Trane PCV4D also looking for Tear Down manual for Trane CVHF770.. if anyone could help me that would be much appreciated!! Email is in profile....

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    Boy they are going to bust your balls for sure, surprised it hasn't happened yet.
    If you dont stand behind our troops, please feel free...........to stand in front of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillrdude View Post
    Boy they are going to bust your balls for sure, surprised it hasn't happened yet.
    Well i guess bust'em then.. When i left my former employer i unfortunatly had to leave all my info... Just trying to build my library back up.. i stumbled accross this forum which from reading through the threads seems to be a pretty informative forum so i thought i'd ask.. if you can help me out great.. if not.. my bad for asking...

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    Quote Originally Posted by SMSChiller View Post
    Well i guess bust'em then.. When i left my former employer i unfortunatly had to leave all my info... Just trying to build my library back up.. i stumbled accross this forum which from reading through the threads seems to be a pretty informative forum so i thought i'd ask.. if you can help me out great.. if not.. my bad for asking...
    If I had them in electronic format I would give them to you. I was referring to some of our resident experts here who think the only people capable of working on chillers are the "factory" guys. They will bust your balls because of your post count, they wont give any info until they get to "know" you and prove to them your worthy, their arrogance is actually pretty pathetic.

    I can give you literature numbers for what you are looking for:

    CTV-SG-1 for the PCV and for the CVHF:
    CTVH-GCO-04-EN for assembly and for disassembly CTVH-GCO-03-EN
    If you dont stand behind our troops, please feel free...........to stand in front of them.

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    Quote Originally Posted by chillrdude View Post
    If I had them in electronic format I would give them to you. I was referring to some of our resident experts here who think the only people capable of working on chillers are the "factory" guys. They will bust your balls because of your post count, they wont give any info until they get to "know" you and prove to them your worthy, their arrogance is actually pretty pathetic.

    I can give you literature numbers for what you are looking for:

    CTV-SG-1 for the PCV and for the CVHF:
    CTVH-GCO-04-EN for assembly and for disassembly CTVH-GCO-03-EN
    I told him that I had it and the file size.
    He offered no ideas on how to send it to him.
    FTP site????????????

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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerhappy View Post
    I told him that I had it and the file size.
    He offered no ideas on how to send it to him.
    FTP site????????????
    I wasn't referring to you trigger.
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    Quote Originally Posted by triggerhappy View Post
    I told him that I had it and the file size.
    He offered no ideas on how to send it to him.
    FTP site????????????

    My email should accept it. It would be sweet if you gave it a try.. Thanks for help chillerdude..

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    For starters the ctv teardown guide for CVHF is 28 meg.
    To big for most email.

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    Small amounts of scanned or pdf format info are sent all the time around here. For an entire manual, a call to your Trane parts supplier of choice and a credit card number generally works well.

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