I replace a Trane compressor with a Copeland compressor
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46 thoughts on “Trane AC unit compressor change part 1

  1. Henry Henry says:

    Kicking the old compressor off the roof made me laugh. Exactly what I would have done, but the video somehow dramatized it. I love all the under-the-breath comments along the way, kind of like inside baseball stuff. It's great.

  2. J Mu says:

    Hi, I have a trane( r-22) 3.7 ton cool system, I plan to replace with a 4 ton (r-410a) trane compressor, I called a guy to estimate the cost, he told me the 2 compressors use different refrigerant, so I have to replace the condenser and coil too, is that right?

  3. LeeLewisish says:

    Curious? I've installed the same Copeland compressors, and I've replaced Trane compressors. They have different mounting bolt patterns; the last Trane I did only had three holes. How did you mount the compressor? Lag bolts? Thanks.

  4. Herta Hubertus says:

    Hello, I have the compressor COM08672. I think that's the same as there. Can you please tell me how much oil has to be in the compressor? During disassembly I spilled something. Where do you get the gaskets for the two connections? Many thanks!

  5. tin man says:

    Jim, you should make a rap video with them sagging Dickies!! Also get a kid to lug all that stuff! I find great difficulty these days i just turned 54 no more nitrogen 80s for me:(

  6. jim defilippis says:

    Thanks for video. Never thought of cooling a motor winding with liquid refrigerant . I run into old ener-con heatpumps that get low on gas and I have to get to work until a new one is installed. I get ice from a machine and fill a towel or bag to cool the compressor and I have to wait for the compressor to cool to add gas and sometime the melting ice causes a mess.

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