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Old 02-04-2012, 08:32 PM   #31
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ok, I have read enough, I have to jump in here. http://www.americanstandardca.com/xc...pecial/4_6.pdf PAGE 14
its say on page 14 a lazy flame can be used to clean cotton wood. We are talking cotton wood and I said a small to medium flame to burn it off.


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"The Tech" whoever he was is wrong it didn't state anywhere in the manual to take a torch to the coil to clean it he said he heard it at a Trane school/ Seminar whatever. No proof what School/Seminar whatever or who said it. I think it's nothing but BS. Maybe the way he's cleaning it really works but no where did Trane recommend to do this KOOK cleaning. This is a recording the real spine brush recommended for cleaning spine coils. Com' on PRO"S don't fall for this. By the way anybody see Santa Claus or the Easter Bunny lately.
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ok, I have read enough, I have to jump in here. http://www.americanstandardca.com/xc...pecial/4_6.pdf PAGE 14

its say on page 14 a lazy flame can be used to clean cotton wood. Er are talking cotton wood and I said a small to medium flame to burn it off. Today 02:09 AM
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Interesting video. Now I know that I would never perform that procedure.
Trane may have the spine fin coil but it is still a good brand. No brand is perfect. They make a great furnace now that they come with a fuse. I like their evaporator coils as well. They have excellent continued education classes.

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It appears to me the original questions were answered. As this thread is continuing off-topic, it will be closed. OP, if you have any further questions, feel free to ask on a new thread, thanks, Gary

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