Question about Fujitsu 24C1 Air Conditioner
I have a Fujitsu ASU24C1 unit that will not cool. The unit was installed by the builder and, unfortunately, I did not try it when I first moved into the house. Now, 2 years later, I first learned that it doesn't cool. The HVAC company that originally installed it claims that the compressor is bad and has quoted me $675 to install a replacement compressor (provided by the manufacturer under warranty). Is this reasonable ($235 for freon and $400 for labor + misc.)? Seems hard to believe that the unit was faulty from day 1. Are these units not good quality? Thanks for the info.
I would call and get a couple other estimates. If it has never been used, the compressor is probably not bad.
Posted on Oct 21, 2008
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