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  1. #1
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    Trane Compressor model breakdown

    Hi everyone,

    I've been looked for a model number breakdown for hermetic reciprocating compressors a number of times and I just can't find the right breakdown.

    I have a condensing unit
    4ttb3036d1000aa

    with compressor
    DP30A-BC1-LA (COM09558)

    I haven't been able to find the -LA model, but did find a -LC (COM10056)

    from the general description they appear the same, but I know there has to be some critical attribute that is different.

    Any help appreciated. I have another of the same unit, but trying to get a few more seasons out of them.

    Thanks!

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    The AOP forum is not the place for part numbers. You should have this post moved to the tech forum.
    AOP Rules: Rules For Equipment Owners.

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    Agreed and rundawg is the member to address.

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    Quote Originally Posted by slceso View Post
    Hi everyone,

    I've been looked for a model number breakdown for hermetic reciprocating compressors a number of times and I just can't find the right breakdown.

    I have a condensing unit
    4ttb3036d1000aa

    with compressor
    DP30A-BC1-LA (COM09558)

    I haven't been able to find the -LA model, but did find a -LC (COM10056)

    from the general description they appear the same, but I know there has to be some critical attribute that is different.

    Any help appreciated. I have another of the same unit, but trying to get a few more seasons out of them.

    Thanks!
    As a "Facilities Manager" (noted in your profile), do you, or your tech, have access to a Trane Parts Center?

    They can easily assist you with this compressor swap out.

    Note: Determining why the compressor failed, is just as important as selecting the replacement compressor.
    Instead of learning the tricks of the trade, learn the trade.

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    Thread Starter
    hi everybody.

    I do work in fac management.

    we do have service with trane, but for commercial, and they want to sell me the whole shebang and won't quote me less than a whole condensing unit for this residential application. The prices I've seen are $7-900 for the compressor and I am looking for old stock or salvaged. I know good money after bad, etc, but that's what I want to do for the interim.

    Also, since this is for my house, I'm not trying to muddy the water with our service account.

    One of the HVAC techs I work with will do the swap (he has a LLC and is licensed in my state), but I am trying to run down the parts, since this is not work related.

    If I go to the trane or AS web portal, it just tries to get my info so someone can call me back etc etc.

    I was just hoping someone had the breakdown handy. I'm tech literate, just can't find the right decoder ring with the Googles..

    thanks again.

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    Let your LLC find the replacement

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