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No heat I have a Singer Unit MDL # bce22008 Ser # R463. One element is open and the other reeds cont but it is not heating. Whats going on? Do you know where I can get parts , or another unit?

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  • techmelvin May 11, 2010

    Is this a split system? Singer has not made Central AC units in over 15-20 years. Parts are no longer avail. As far as the heater you can buy whats called a re-string kit. But I don't recommend your average home owner attempt that. Most AC companies can do it.



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