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Looking for a replacement condensate pan for a Carrier Series 28 indoor cooling coils. Original has become brittle and leaks.

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  • ziemba1 Jun 16, 2009

    Thank you for your response. Since the a/c unit works fine I'm trying to resolve the leak issue only. I've see various replacement condensate pans online and I thought maybe I could find one for my unit. If in fact I do need to replace the coil can you recommend an appropriate one. Thanks

  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    They don't really sell replacement pan's for a coils. Most of the time have to replace the a coil.

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Local carrier dealer should be able to order will need model and serial #

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