Replacing A coil

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Old 06-01-11, 08:42 AM
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Replacing A coil

I have been having problems with my inside coils icing up. The first tec from a major A/C company said it was the TEV and would cost $1100 to replace it.
The second opion was from a one man operation. he said it was low on r-22 and probably has a leak in the evaporator coil.
I'm thinking of getting a cased coil and killing both posible problems with one stone,
then getting the second guy to install it.
I found a good deal on a coil, but am not sure if the p/ns must be idenical.
I have an 11 year old Trane XL1200.
The present coil pn is TXC036E5HPCO. The coil I found is TXC036S3HPD.
Will this work?
Craig
 
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Old 06-01-11, 07:01 PM
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We are not really the ones to ask.
It could work but you need to hire a tech to do the install and no one would likely touch it.
Even if you did manage by some chance to find someone to do the work they would wash their hands of you if there were any problems.

Considering you have two wildly differing opinions you would do well to get more credible estimates.
The problem may not even be at the coil!
 
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