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Thread: coil access

  1. #1
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    I saw on another post that Trane has something that allows you to access the coil for cleaning. Is this some sort of door or pane? If my info is wrong, is it possible to have an access panel placed so the coil can be cleaned if neccessary. If a panel is placed how do you prevent an air leak?

  2. #2
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    if it is a trane cased coil the door has a split for access i side for the lines i believe like a few 5/16 screws to access the top of the coil but we know the build up is ib the underside of the A

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    The Trane cased coils have acccess to the bottom of the coil by way of a removable mid section in the center of the coil behind the front cover panels.

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    Is this also true of american standard?

  5. #5
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    trane probably can answer this but i would say 99.9% yes cauze as is basically trane

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