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    Evaporator Coil.

    M# EPM42J22A1
    S# L981493805

    Thanks!
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    is it a 4 ton? just a guess.
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    Cased multi-position A coil, ICP 3.5 ton typically though may be found on 3 ton units too.

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    Thanks!
    Is it a 98'?
    How tall are you Private???!!!!

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    yes

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    Are you sure or you just guessing? Is it an upflow or counterflow? Don't answer.
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    As usual, John is correct on all of the info !

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    Originally posted by twilli3967
    Are you sure or you just guessing? Is it an upflow or counterflow? Don't answer.
    Neither, it's a horizontal!

    BTW, if you don't know, it's a piston coil.
    (I say this as you may not have taken the front cover off)

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    Talking

    Your stalking me aren't you....lol
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    It is Upflow OR Horizontal

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    Who dares to challenge the man from ICP? He got me on the right track.
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    Buzzzzzzzzz

    Originally posted by hvacprodmgr
    It is Upflow OR Horizontal
    Wrong, it's a EPM which is for multi-pos.

    Upflow, downflow, or horizontal!

    Twilly, you need a data sheet to confirm this???????

    Here it is!

    Who's your daddy?????? Come on, I can't hear you!!!!

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    Oh No

    Yup, I was wrong. It is up, down or horizontal. Guess the brain was fried to much by the PA Turnpike yesterday

    I'll never live this one down .......................

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