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    PS, that RNG02067 is a bad #, trying to find the right one.
    Federal Reserve, stealing your kids futures since 1913

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    Quote Originally Posted by acjourneyman View Post
    PS, that RNG02067 is a bad #, trying to find the right one.
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    Federal Reserve, stealing your kids futures since 1913

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    I ordered, RNG02087, trane said this is he oring that supersedes the one you had.


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    I compared the breakdown to the list you gave me, all of them were spot on. Thanks for all the help guys.


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    How did you get it to pull up in comfortsite, I can't.
    When you pull up older units, you select serial number then you select the
    ABC/CLCH/CTV button. It works best if you use a computer and look it up under the parts and supplies tab instead on web cats.

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    Quote Originally Posted by always looking View Post
    When you pull up older units, you select serial number then you select the
    ABC/CLCH/CTV button. It works best if you use a computer and look it up under the parts and supplies tab instead on web cats.
    I don't think I have ever seen those buttons.
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    Quote Originally Posted by acjourneyman View Post
    I don't think I have ever seen those buttons.
    Yeah our Trane parts guy showed me that several years ago. The Trane parts guy that the OP went to probably doesn't know about them either.

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