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  • Help with a Trane furnace

    I replaced a gas valve on a Trane 2 stage gas furnace. Furnace model # TDD100R9V5F0, White Rodgers valve #36E54-201. The White Rodgers replacement valve # 36H64-463 doesn't have the same terminal designations as the replacement valve.

    The 36E54-201 has a P/M, C, & H terminal the replacement 36H64-463 has a P, M, & C.

    The only way I could get the new valve to open was use the supplied jumper that ties the P & M terminal and connect it to the the Red lead from the control board (low fire) terminal.


    I'm thinking the replacement valve isn't the correct valve for the furnace or I'm missing something. Like where does the Brown lead from the control board that used to connect to the H terminal (High fire) of the gas valve connect to.

    Any ideas?

    James
    Last edited by James P; 11-29-2010, 09:37 PM.

  • #2
    Re: Help with a Trane furnace

    Not familiar with Trane at all but even though both valves are 2 stage White Rodgers says the new valve is NOT a replacement for the original. Not that it couldn't be accomplished with a good wiring diagram and a few connectors.

    White-Rodgers 36H64-463 24V gas valve replaces 36C76-210, 36C76-406, 36C76-420, 36C76-450, 36C76-458, 36C76-462, 36C76-463 and 36D13-305

    I know, not much help

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    • #3
      Re: Help with a Trane furnace

      My supplier, Johnstone Supply and this http://www.apiofnhanddeltat.com/link...ard_divide.pdf

      is what I was going by.

      Next stop, Trane Parts

      James

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      • #4
        Re: Help with a Trane furnace

        Trane parts will cross referents the valve
        Charlie

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        • #5
          Re: Help with a Trane furnace

          sorry, wrong link.http://www.emersonclimate.com/Docume...ard_divide.pdf

          It lists the valve here on page 3.

          James

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          • #6
            Re: Help with a Trane furnace

            The Hi connector is by the pilot adjust. It is not with the CPM connections

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            • #7
              Re: Help with a Trane furnace

              Thank you, Thank you! You confirmed what I was thinking this morning.

              Can I blame it on poor eyesight.

              James

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              • #8
                Re: Help with a Trane furnace

                Probably, I need my readers for just about all up close work now

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