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Does anyone know the cheapest way to fix an air evaporator

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There are several canned 'stop-leak' products out there for use in a/c systems, but i really don't recommend using them w/out extensive research and a big leap of faith. stop-leak solutions can potentially cause damage by clogging up components in the system which are already working fine, which can destroy its ability to cool the air and lead to a very expensive repair. the safest (though initially not the cheapest) thing to do is to just replace the leaking evaporator to minimize the risk of damaging other parts of the system

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