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Trane twg030a140b1 have a bad evaporator, what model can I replace it with

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The serial number on that evaporator will have the date code in it, the model will tell the capacity (size). It looks like it is a 4 and a half ton or 54,000 BTU coil and has a TXV valve to meter the refrigerant.

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