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I need the full load amp rating of the Trane YHC063A. I have the minimum circuit ampacity, the max fuse and the max circuit breaker already

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Look on the rating plate on the unit itself - look for something labled as FLA. If you don't have access to the condensing unit, go to WWW.TRANE.COM and search for your full model number.

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