Trane XR90 Furnace Overview

Trane’s XR90 gas furnace is a single stage model featuring a 91%+ AFUE rating. Noteworthy features include a four-speed blower motor, a microelectronic controller, silicon nitride igniter, and AL29-4C stainless steel secondary heat exchanger.

The furnace comes in an insulated cabinet 40″ high and 28″ deep made of galvanized steel and pre-painted. The upflow models have conveniently hinged blower doors and door latches. The equipment can be installed horizontally or vertically to suit your purpose.

Furnace Filters for the Trane XR90

Air Flow ConfigurationCabinet WidthFilters
Downflow / Horizontal19-1/2″1 14x20x1 filter
Upflow / Horizontal23″1 20x25x1 filter
Downflow / Horizontal23″1 16x20x1 filter
Upflow / Horizontal26-1/2″1 24x25x1 filter
Downflow / Horizontal26-1/2″1 16x20x1 filter

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Consumer Reviews of Trane XR90

3.4

  • Very Satisfied
    14
  • Somewhat Satisfied
    0
  • Neutral
    1
  • Somewhat Unsatisfied
    0
  • Very Unsatisfied
    9
  • #5 of 16 Trane Furnaces
  • 58.33% of customers recommended

Reviews by Furnace Series

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Trane Furnace Reviews

Showing 1-5 of 17 reviews

"Another Cracked Heat Exchanger"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

One would think that after discovering that the plastic collector flange, (that Trane considers part of the heat exchanger), routinely develops “cracks” where it attaches to the plastic “transition piece”, it would have issued a factory warranty on the defective part that can lead to moisture leaking onto the control board, or worse, leakage of deadly carbon monoxide. It would appear to me that the crack was caused at the factory when some knucklehead overtightened the screws connecting the transition piece to the “collector box”, causing the screw attachment knob to develop a crack. So, a $1.00 piece of cheap plastic now necessitates a $1200 repair or a completed replacement. What a scam! What a racket! Shame on Trane and their “trane-wreck”.

Salt Lake City, UT

"Should not have replaced so soon"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

Bought two Train furnace A/C units 7 years ago. Had them serviced for A/C and found that in both furnaces the condensing coils were gone and had to be replaced. The second furnace also had the heat exchanger cracked and it had to be replaced also. With the cost of these items, we decided to replace the second furnace and A/C unit. Needless to say, we did not buy a Trane. Both of these units should have lasted longer than 7 years. Contacted Trane and got no reply.

Cary, NC

"Great Buy"

5.0 rating
Very Satisfied

I own over 50 rental houses and have installed Trane systems when I updated the hvac systems in many of them. I have an installer that I trust to do the job right, they have never let me down in the last 20 years. I’ve purchased over 30 hvac units from them for my properties through the years and they will not install anything but Trane. I can attest to Trane’s dependability, as a land lord they are trouble free, never get service calls from renters on these units. I have also used the fact that I have efficient Trane equipement as a selling point. If you having issues with your Trane equipment I would first look to the installer, not the manufacturer. Never go cheap on your installer or you’ll eventually pay.

Toledo, Ohio

"Pure Crap"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

This was installed six years ago in new construction. It never performed well, the house took long to heat and cool and the temps were uneven around the house. This fall it began operating intermittently and erratically. Note that the warranty is five years. After three tech visits and $400 later it was discovered that the heat exchanger was cracked. Took some work to open it up and use a mirror on an extension rod but I saw the four inch long crack. Luckily it was guaranteed for life (however, $740 in labor to replace) but it is not available for at least a month, maybe more, in the dead of winter in Seattle. The crack in the heat exchanger makes the burner box run too hot, it shuts down after ten min triggering the high limit switch, it also has difficulty starting up because the draft inducer can’t produce the necessary pressure, a condition also created by the cracked heat exchanger. The circuit board is also operating intermittently, giving false signal that the high limit switch is open (four flashes on the diagnostic led on circuit board). The tech says it is a weakness in all Trane products. How about $400 for an upgraded replacement board? The dealer says we can replace the entire unit for $4000. The factory support has been non existent. The Trane web site sucks and they avoid any human contact. I am looking at other brands this week. My Trane Model # tdx1d120a9601ab, serial # 6302hbb7g.

Bellevue, WA

"Trane XR90"

1.0 rating
Very Unsatisfied

I had this Trane XR90 for ten years. Every part in it has been replaced more than once except the heat exchanger. Now the heat exchanger is leaking gas and carbon monoxide. Learn from my mistake. Buyer beware!

iowa

Other XR90 Reviews

Posters on this HVAC forum debate the qualities of Trane, Carrier, and Lennox and most seem to agree that Trane comes out on top where quiet efficiency is concerned but loses in terms of price. Most believe that proper sizing of a furnace and good installation is more important than the brand.

Question and Answer

Question:

What is the red flashing light on a Trane XR90 furnace?

Answer:

The flashing red light is an error code, meaning something is wrong with the furnace. The sequence of blinks is a code that can be used to troubleshoot the problem. There is often a diagnostic code list explaining the sequence of blinks on the inside of the front panel.

Question:

What does an error code of 9 flashes mean on a Trane furnace?

Answer:

A red light blinking 9 times refers to a problem with the igniter. There may be a diagram explaining the error codes on the back of your unit’s front panel.

Trane XR90 Model Numbers

The XR90 is available in different models which vary in efficiency and capacity.

Model Number AFUE BTUs per Hour
TDC040C924B* 91 40,000
TDC060C936B* 91 60,000
TDC080C942B* 91 80,000
TDC100C948B* 91 100,000
TDC120C960B* 91 120,000
TDX100C948C* 91 100,000
TDX100C948D* 91 100,000
TDX100R948V* 93 100,000
TDX100R948W* 93 100,000
TDX120C960C* 91 120,000
TDX120C960D* 91 120,000
TDX120R960V* 92.5 120,000
TDX120R960W* 92.5 120,000
TDX1B040A9241A* 91 40,000
TDX1B040A9H21B* 91 40,000
TDX1B060A9361A* 91 60,000
TDX1B060A9H31B* 91 60,000
TDX1B080A9421A* 91 80,000
TDX1B080A9H31B* 91 80,000
TDX1C100A9481A* 91 100,000
TDX1C100A9H41B* 91 100,000
TDX1D120A9601A* 91 120,000
TDX1D120A9H51B* 91 120,000
TUX040C924D* 92.1 40,000
TUX060C936D* 92.1 60,000
TUX080C942D* 92.1 80,000
TUX080C960D* 92.1 80,000
TUX100C948C* 92.1 100,000
TUX100C948D* 92.1 100,000
TUX100C960C* 92.1 100,000
TUX100C960D* 92.1 100,000
TUX100R948V* 93 100,000
TUX100R948W* 93 100,000
TUX120C960C* 92.1 120,000
TUX120C960D* 92.1 120,000
TUX120R960V* 92.5 120,000
TUX120R960W* 92.5 120,000
TUX1B040A9241A* 95 40,000
TUX1B040A9H21B* 92.1 40,000
TUX1B060A9241A* 92.1 60,000
TUX1B060A9361A* 92.1 60,000
TUX1B060A9H31B* 92.1 60,000
TUX1B080A9241A* 92.1 80,000
TUX1B080A9421A* 92.1 80,000
TUX1B080A9H31B* 92.1 80,000
TUX1C080A9601A* 92.1 80,000
TUX1C100A9361A* 92.1 100,000
TUX1C100A9481A* 92.1 100,000
TUX1C100A9H41B* 92.1 100,000
TUX1D100A9601A* 92.1 100,000
TUX1D120A9601A* 92.1 120,000
TUX1D120A9H51B* 92.1 120,000

XR90 Warranty

On the XR90 furnace, Trane offers a lifetime limited warranty on the heat exchanger and a 5-year warranty on the internal functional parts. All purchases must be registered with Trane within 60 days of purchase or the warranty will not be valid. Additional exclusions may apply and it is always a good idea to review the warranty with your professional installer.

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