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  1. #1
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    Unhappy NEED TO FIND 260F LIMIT

    Sorry to post again for limit. I've been having trouble for months going on to post threads.

    I need a Linear Cappilary 260F auto reset limit.

    Can anyone diredt me to a unit that has one so I can order one for a job I'm repairing????
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    If you can't get parts, maybe its time to replace unit?
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    Code that applies to my area for warm air requires that limits not exceed 250*. That may be why to availability is low.

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    Smile

    These units cool airplanes with 100% OA. Units are in excellent conditions. Just that parts are hard to find.

    I need a roll out switch, auto reset 260*F, witha 20 tom 30" cappilary. Even if its from a gas unit.
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    might try Trane LIC they have hi limits with different capillary lenghts that are considered hi limits according to the part info might use it as a roll out..YCD rooftops had one 24" when looking into the burner section they were mounted into a tube 24"..check those out can't remember if it was auto reset
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1qEZHhJubY

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    Did that Max. They only carry a 165* and you can order a 235*. So were going to use one from Reznor at 270*.
    However its a 5 ft linear cap, so we will bundle up the excess cap and try it.
    I called Indeeco,Warren, and some other electric heater reps and they couldn't help us.

    Thanks to all you guys for your suggestions.
    MrHVAC
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    cool then realized most trane rooftops have ID fans and don't apply to that rollout controls
    "when in doubt...jump it out" http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U1qEZHhJubY

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