Trane A/C Cased Coil

 
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Old 03-25-2013, 10:19 AM   #1
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Trane A/C Cased Coil


I have a Trane XB13 Model #2TTB3030A1000AA outside unit and I want to purchase the matching trane cased coil. I have tried to find the model number online and have been unsuccessful.

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Re: Trane A/C Cased Coil


You need a 4TXCB030 box coil, then get a R22 expansion valve.
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