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New fan/motor for A/C

Hi. Our A/C needs a new motor/fan. It won't turn on at all now. It is an old unit but when it was surviced a little while ago, the guy said that it was still in goog shape. Can someone come out and give me a quote? Thanks, Nicole

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Found a link that might help you out.Click on the following.

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Since i did not know the brand name, i gave you the fan list and quotations for several other brands and models.You can select the one that matches you AC and fine its price and shipping orders right next to it.Please do post comments if you find it difficult to browse through the website.would be glad to assist.

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