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Greetings XREF subscribers! As summer marches along, the xref staff continues to bring you the information you rely on. Our July 2019 update was released at the beginning of the month and we heard from a few of our customers as we often do when the program expires and is needing to be updated. As a reminder, there are two mandatory updates each year that need to be installed to keep XREF Encyclopedia up and running. They fall on January 10th and July 10th, at which time the program will stop working unless the update is installed. We also release two mid-term updates on April 1st and October 1st we recommend doing these updates as well since we are constantly adding new data. To those of you who found your XREF programs not working, we apologize for the inconvenience, however it is the best way for us to push out updates to the software and the data so that you can get the most out of XREF Encyclopedia. As Thomas in Union City, Georgia said when he called in: “it’s hard to go through a day without it”, which by no coincidence was almost word for word what a Sioux Falls customer had to say on that very same day. Don’t wait to update! If you haven’t already, call us and we’ll have you up and running again in a matter of minutes. The XREF Encyclopedia W719XH HVAC and appliance version updates includes data updates for the following brands: Admiral, Alco, Bradford, Bristol, Brown Stove Works, Bunn, Carrier, Danfoss, Emerson, Fasco, Friedrich, GE, ICP, Lennox, Repco Inc., Reznor, Robertshaw, Sporlan, UPG, Weil-McLain, Wesco. As our clients, we’ll do everything we can to help you keep your clients cool and comfortable through the hot summer...

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Spring has sprung in the Pacific Northwest as we move our operations to our new office at 898 E. Park Ave. in the Key City, Port Townsend, Washington. CEO Jon Vance worked hard to finish the project and now we have a new, beautiful building to call home. We are hard at work, as usual, bringing you the most accurate HVAC/R cross reference information out there. Feast your eyes on the new XREF Publishing Company office...

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January 2019 Release & AHR Expo

January 2019 Release & AHR Expo

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The January release of XREF Encyclopedia has been sent out across North America including large amounts of new cross-reference, part specs, and model parts lists. Also included in this release is a much needed update to our boiler and hydronic data! We also are looking forward to the AHR Expo in Atlanta next week. We hope to see you there at booth B4744 in the software...

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As the holiday season approaches, the XREF staff is quite busy. In addition to major data updates, we are working hard on our new web version and building our new office. The web version is coming along nicely and will bring to the users many new features. It is due for release near the beginning of 2019. Meanwhile, we are hoping to complete the construction of our new office building. The new space and the addition of new modern equipment will allow us to improve our ability to better serve our subscribers. We are excited to be on the verge of so much change and anticipate some exciting improvements for our staff and, inevitably, our end...

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It’s that time again, subscribers!  Our July update has been shipped – please contact us if you’ve not yet received your copy.  This time around, we are quite pleased with the volume of new material added to the databases.  We’ve just completed major updates to both our Carrier and Bard Equipment parts lists, including tens of thousands of new records.  And appliance parts distributors can benefit from around 200,000 new model records.  We have also added major data updates for the following brands: Amana, Daikin, Embraco, Franklin, Frigidaire, GE, Goodman, ICM, KMC Controls, LG, MARS, Rheem, York (UPG), and Zettler.  We also continue to hammer away at our new online version of the program with an anticipated release some time later this year.  Let us know what new information you’d like to see next...

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