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Old 05-26-2009, 12:17 PM   #1
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Anyone have an Armstrong TAC-110-1 Service/Installation Manual?

Does anyone have a copy of the Service/Installation Manual for an Armstrong TAC-110-1 circa 1964? Here is a pic of the unit from above and a pic of the serial number tag.

I have this unit on my 1959 Overlander and it is working quite well. We tested it yesterday and it blows cold air and operates very quitely.

However, I would like to remove it while we complete our restoration. If it was not working so well, I would be less concerned about the service manual, but I'd like to keep it operable and don't want to damage it while taking it down. In the stack of papers I received from the PO we got this

and this,

but the contents of the evelope were long since gone for some reason.

Any help would be greatly appreciated. Also, if you are considering getting rid of one of these units, I may be interested in spare parts.


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Old 05-26-2009, 02:25 PM   #2
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Lets try this again. I'm pretty new to this forum still and have not quite figured out how to correctly post picturs.
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Old 05-26-2009, 02:35 PM   #3
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Removing that AC is obvious.

However, you must either remove the Freon-22 or blow it.

Up on the roof side, you will find 2 pieces of copper tubing that go to the inside unit.

You must disconnect those two lines. That will allow you to remove the top half or the bottom half.

You must also remove the interior fan blade, and wiring.

Removing the interior drain tube is also a given.

CAUTION Use extreme caution if your going to blow the freon, as it can quickly freeze anything that it hits, like your fingers and hands, as well as you eyes.

If you don't know how to handle the freon, have a pro help you.

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