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On my a/c fujitsu asu12c1, the condenser need too much power and the breaker jump. the contractor told me than i need part no 9703433023. I need this part at lower price as possible. Can I do something else Where I casn buy the part

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After doing a detailed R & D on various venders sites the best deal I got is of 141$.

Part Number-K9703433023
Model No-MW12C1E/ASU12C1
Price -$ 141.68

Note : We have checked the authenticity of the parts as well. As its from Fijitsu US there is no worries. Few sites offered less price but could not depend on their part.

Fujitsu 1-901-259-5790 /

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Posted on Jun 22, 2009


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