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A/c quit blowing cold. Repair shop says I need a

A/c quit blowing cold. Repair shop says I need a dryer and evaporator. How difficult is it to replace these items?

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Very difficult if you do not have the proper equipment. This repair is best left to an expert with the tools and training. Done wrong will cost you money and you will still not be cool. Leave this repair to a pro.

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