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lauver1

Alliance Compressors

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I have a compressor manufactured by Alliance Compressors that has failed.  The nameplate says they are in Tyler, TX and the model number is GH453-HJ1-GA.  It is in a Trane 3.5 ton heatpump which shows a mfgr date of June '96.  The internet listings for Alliance Compressors are very "sketchy" and the two phone numbers I have found are bad.

 

Are they still in business?  Are they operating under a different business name now?  Can you direct me to a source for a replacement or exchange or rebuilt compressor?  Yes, I also have the Trane model number:  TWR042C100B1.

 

Thank you for any help you can provide!

Mark Lauver

mjl1@cableone.net

 

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You can use a 40k - 42k btu Copeland i believe. You can get them at Johnstone supply for about $399.00

 

You don't want to change a compressor in an AC unless you are very experienced and have the right tools. You will be wasting your money.

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