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Trane 2TTA Central Air Conditioner

Updated: Apr 27, 2016


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Overview of the 2TTA

The Trane 2TTA is a discontinued split-system, condensing air conditioning unit. This series, for which manufacturing information exists as late as 2010, features six units ranging from 2.5- to 6-ton capacity that can reach up to 10 SEER. These models use R-22 refrigerant, which is no longer allowed by the Environmental Protection Agency in new units.

The 2TTA was designed with easy maintenance in mind, as well as durability and simple diagnostics. The unit's gray cabinet features a corrosion-resistant finish and a weatherproofed base for unit protection. The easily accessible cabinet and single-side service and refrigerant connections are geared toward keep maintenance calls simple.

Additional components of the 2TTA include the company’s Climatuff compressor with internal high and low pressure and temperature protection, aluminum fin coil, WeatherGuard fasteners, a liquid line filter-drier, and multi-use liquid and suction line service valves.

Consumer Reviews of the Trane 2TTA

Popularity:
#22  of 23 Trane Air Conditioners
1 of 5 stars 3 reviews

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    0
  • Somewhat Satisfied
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  • Neutral
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  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
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  • Very Unsatisfied
    3


Date created: 2016-04-27 Name: B. Stanley
Location: Orlando, FL

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied

Review:
"Freon Leak"
Bought a Trane AC unit in 2000. In 2007 had to replace the outside fan unit...ugh. In 2008 the AC unit inside was leaking. For the last 8 years, like clock work every summer, I've had to put more Freon in the unit. R22 has been really going up in price. Won't buy another Trane. Way overpriced.


Date created: 2015-09-24 Name: Sylvia Pecaro
Location: Boynton Beach, FL

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied

Review:
"Worst AC ever and no recourse"
Bought the unit in 2013 and the repair people have been at our house 16 times. Trane will not stand by their product and I see a class action lawsuit coming in the future. Don't buy one!


Date created: 2011-06-08 Name: G Young
Location: Atlanta, GA
Years owned: 6

Satisfaction Rating:

1 of 5 stars Very Unsatisfied

Review:
"I know how to stop a Trane"
Just 12 months out of warranty, compressor goes out; have had the unit serviced/cleaned 2x year for the entire 6 years. I would expect that from a cheap piece of equipment, but surprised given the reputation for "quality". All I can say is I will never own another one.


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Other 2TTA Reviews

Reviews around the web are minimal for the 2TTA. Among them, a contractor on hvac-talk.com shares with his peers a photo of a recent 2TTA installation. Along with the photograph he reveals that the installation of these four units took more time to install than many other comparable units, but he was pleased with the end results. Other posts on this forum also refer the unit in commercial applications, one reason there seems to be a lack of additional reviews.

However, Trane as an HVAC dealer has several reviews from both happy and dissatisfied customers. Frequent complaints on sites such as central-air-conditioner-and-refrigeration.com include problems with a lack of quality in the equipment, supported by customer tales of frequently breaking components and unit failures. Other owners report years of hassle-free operation with a Trane system. Hvacreviews.net also note high-efficiency, reasonable prices, and solid warranty coverage as incentives to choosing a Trane unit.

Trane 2TTA Model Numbers

The 2TTA is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model Number SEER BTUs per Hour
2TTA0030A3 10 29,600
2TTA0060A3 10.25 59,500
2TTA0072A3 71,000

2TTA Warranty

The 2TTA comes equipped with a 5-year limited warranty on the compressor and coil. When used in residential applications, parts also receive a 5-year limited warranty, which falls to a 1-year limited warranty in commercial applications. Extended warranties also are available for this unit.

 
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