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I am having a problem finding the part. They don't know what I am talking about when I tell them what I want. Maybe it's because I am in San Antonio and not on a coastal city.
I asked them for a coaxial heat exchanger, or tube in tube, cupronickle, they had no idea about any of it.
My day job is building prototypes, so I get this reaction alot. I am always looking for some type of part with out a part number and I have no idea what model somehting like this goes on.
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I did a web search Scot. hope this helps.

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I didn't get a single call back from any one I talked to yesterday. I might have to go back to my original plan.
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I didn't get a single call back from any one I talked to yesterday. I might have to go back to my original plan.


You have two big holidays over the weekend, they are most likely short staffed or just about ready to close for the holidays.
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I got a hold of a manufacturer that I emailed, I guess they just don't answer emails. But they did refer me to some distributors here in San Antonio.
THe company is packless and for a 1/2 ton unit(6000 btu) the part number is cocx-2050 H. The list cost is $88. Thanks Denise for prompting me to try getting ahold of them again.
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