Modifying a replacement evaporator coil

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Modifying a replacement evaporator coil

Postby Jandkaw » Tue Jul 17, 2012 4:00 pm

I purchased a backup evaporator coil, Aspen CB36A3F145T. It was supposed to be equipped with a Flo-rator metering device like the existing coil but instead came with a non-bleed TXV which will require me to install a hard-start kit at the compressor. Instructions with the new coil describe how to replace a Flo-rator with a TXV, would I simply reverse the procedure to replace the TXV with a Flo-rator?
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- Modifying a replacement evaporator coil

Postby Freon » Tue Jul 17, 2012 8:24 pm

What makes you think you need a hard start capacitor with a TXV? I would try the TXV before condemning it. It's a much better way to regulate flow to the evaporator coil>
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