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  1. #1
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    The XC21-036-230-2.It states in the broshure up to 20.50 seer.Just wonderin if anybody has any info on it.Lennox is also comming out with a 98% furnace can anybody confirm this also.

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    Looking at the ARI ratings, you can get anywhere from 14.2 to 20.5 with the XC21 line.

    The XC21-036 peaks at 20.0 with a couple different air handler matches.

    If you have a brochure, you are ahead of me. Lennox's website mentions nothing about it yet, nor any new furnaces. They are holding me up finalizing my A/C comparison page!

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    Wow..20 seer. Pretty soon there wont be any cooling or heating bills at the end of the month. The condenser on the 3 ton must be as big as the side of the house.

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    That thing will be so efficient, the power company will have to send the homeowner a check each month. Might have to install a rachet device on the meter to keep it from running backwards...
    I'd rather have a bottle in front of me, than a frontal lobotomy.

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    Is this the tall and skinny one?

    I saw a Lennox ad on TV a few days ago, and the Lennox guy was standing next to a condensing unit that looked like a miniature skyscraper. Tall, maybe 48", but with a small footprint. If the coil wraps all the way around I imagine it will be officially impossible to get in there to replace the compressor

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    just picked up our first xc21-036 yesterday. what a freakin monster. 35 1/2" x 39 1/2"x 47" tall. all xc21 units are the same size 2-5 tons. all info for them is on davenet in the info-vault. hope i never have to get one of these over a fence. might just have to take fence apart.

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    They keep going any taller we are gonna need an A frame with hoist to replace comressors. Haven't the engineer geniuses ever thought about going back to long and short instead of high and skinny?
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    compressor change outs wont be so bad on these units, they have a seperated compartment for the compresor just like the hs/hp 26 remove side panel and there it is. i havent sold or installed the new unit yet but looking forward to it, i really went over the unit at dealer meeting and it appears to be a solid peice of equipment
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    I have the engineering data (Bulletin no.210414 April 2005)it's 18 pages.(XC21-036-230-2)I heard about a 98% furnace that is soon to come out.Can anyone with some connections find out more?

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    Atta boy Dave!
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