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HVAC | American Standard | Spine Fin Cleaning 1 | (708) 420-1163

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Uploaded on Jul 6, 2011

DO NOT ATTEMPT ANY OF THE PROCEDURES THAT YOU SEE IN OUR VIDEOS, ON YOUR OWN. ALL OF THE WORK THAT YOU SEE IN OUR VIDEOS IS BEING PERFORMED BY HIGHLY TRAINED LICENSED AND INSURED HVAC TECHNICIANS AND INSTALLERS. GO HERE: http://www.nlbheating.com
How to clean a Trane or American Standard "Spine Fin" aluminum condenser coil that is clogged with cottonwood seed, using an acetylene torch. This is a procedure that is taught in class by Trane Manufacturing. GO HERE: http://www.nlbheating.com Number One HVAC Contractor in the Aurora, Joilet, Naperville, Plainfield & Shorewood area of Illinois. Independent Trane equipment Dealer, EPA Certified, Fully Licensed & Insured, Over 24-years experience in Commercial & Residential air conditioning, forced-air furnaces, hot-water boilers, electric heat, water heaters, plumbing, piping, electrical. We also have a Licensed Plumber & Licensed Electrician available to meet all of your heating, cooling, plumbing and electrical needs. 24-HOUR SERVICE 7-DAYS A WEEK.

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