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    Can any one tell me the quanity of Tubes in Cond and Evap?

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    Log into the optiview screen and go to the sales order screen and it will tell that info.
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    Actually, the sales order screen tube info is a tube code number for the type of tube, not the actual quantity of tubes. The quantity will come from the hx code in the model number, and will have to be looked up by the local service office, or it's possible that Baltimore Parts could tell you.

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    True I have seen that when people replace the micro board that the information in the sales order screen to be lost or incorrect if not copied correctly before replacement.
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    Quote Originally Posted by klove View Post
    Actually, the sales order screen tube info is a tube code number for the type of tube, not the actual quantity of tubes. The quantity will come from the hx code in the model number, and will have to be looked up by the local service office, or it's possible that Baltimore Parts could tell you.
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    There are 336 in the evap and 419 in the condenser and 24 in the subcooler for a DSDS shell code
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    Long Horns

    Quote Originally Posted by stickerhead View Post
    There are 336 in the evap and 419 in the condenser and 24 in the subcooler for a DSDS shell code
    Thanks for the info!!

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    How about tube ID and if the tubes are inhanced?

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    Quote Originally Posted by stickerhead View Post
    There are 336 in the evap and 419 in the condenser and 24 in the subcooler for a DSDS shell code
    Stickerhead has already posted this.
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