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Mobile home coleman - evcon furnace model EB23B vandalized. I think what is called the Evaporator coil?? (Copper A shape) was taken from the home. All that remains is the blower. Now...was the copper coil for a/c or heat? and isn't there supposed to be some additional heating element that also goes with this furnace used for auxiliary heating that I must replace? I would appreciate any advice as to the parts I must get and possible cost...Thank You.

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What a shame! An a coil runs about $500-$600 and an elec. heater kit about $100 plus labor and if the coils are missing then you Will have to replace refrigerant at $20 per lb.. I would replace the unit for about $1000 and then you'll have warranties on it. Sorry for your misfortune.

























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