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    True TSID-48

    What type of temperature control for this static coil. Air sensing or a constant cut-in ?
    Thanks

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    Air sensor on wall of the box

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    Thank You
    I didn't think there was a sensor well in that coil. Can you recommend a Ranco model ?

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    It comes from the factory with a constant cut in stuck in the coil

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    It's up there by the light switch and it's a bit*h

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    Just checking part numbers looks like some might have a air sensor

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    Go God ! I'm at the supply house with 15 mins. left. Hurry !!!!

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    Can't go wrong with a air stat

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    Here's what Johnny Stone wanted to sell me.
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    Aaaa...yeah, I don't think so.
    So I just grabbed a A12-701. As I'm waiting on some belts I decided to open that Ranco box.
    Find the cap all halfazz in the box with the knob already on control, no screws, no cover, and for toppers a additional screw hole on one end.
    Looking like Johnny is in the used parts business.

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    What's the coil temp ?

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    26°-11° is for a 800340

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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
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    Aaaa...yeah, I don't think so.
    Those would be handy if we could program them.

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