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    Teflon Seal

    Working on a Lennox HP with CB30M-31-1P A/H, took the R22 TXV apart to check the screen. Do I have to replace the blue Teflon washer/seal (between the TXV and LL stub, seems like a Chatleff fitting) or can re-use? Anyone knows the replacement seal p/n? TXV p/n seems to be 56J19, Lennox dealers here please confirm. THANKS!

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    SKip, appreciate your answer. However, the pro application approval is not instant, I need the help now.

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    seal should be replaced.

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    I thought so, do you know the p/n for the seals? Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    seal should be replaced.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanddd View Post
    SKip, appreciate your answer. However, the pro application approval is not instant, I need the help now.
    It doesn't take 7 months either though.
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    Quote Originally Posted by seanddd View Post
    I thought so, do you know the p/n for the seals? Thanks!
    part #s might get my hand slapped.....

    local supply house will probably have them though.

    i get spares in packages all the time so i have never ordered them.

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    I called JS, the counter guy hasn't got back to me.
    I ask p/n just because Lennox tends to do things in a unique way. I have several Chatleff fitting gaskets (white vs. blue Lennox ones) on hand but wanted to be sure.

    My email address is in my profile, FYI. Thanks!

    Quote Originally Posted by t527ed View Post
    part #s might get my hand slapped.....

    local supply house will probably have them though.

    i get spares in packages all the time so i have never ordered them.

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    Find your local lennox supplier and call them with a Model and Serial. Down here JS doesn't carry Lennox
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    You know what? If you are not a lennox dealer, they won't even talk to you...

    Quote Originally Posted by Mishap64 View Post
    Find your local lennox supplier and call them with a Model and Serial. Down here JS doesn't carry Lennox

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    color does not matter, its all about the size.

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    Quote Originally Posted by seanddd View Post
    SKip, appreciate your answer. However, the pro application approval is not instant, I need the help now.
    With 170 posts they probably have had time to review it by now, if you applied. You do know you have to send an application, right?

    Its well worth it, there is a loads of good info in the pro section.

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