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Need support brackets to cure NYC facade law issue

I have a 5,600 BTU/hr, 4.9 A thru-window unit in my bedroom. Model #25371055003 dated June 2000. The unit itself runs OK. However, my apartment has been cited by my landlord under a NYC ordinance (Local Law 11/98) requiring support brackets for A/Cs in building facades. They are threatening $1,000 fines if brackets are not installed immediately. How do I find out which brackets to use and where to get them? Thanks in advance, Dan musicBDfood@yahoo.com

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I have the same problem with a 10,000 BTU unit. The installer told me to get an AC-080 support bracket. It's $30 at Home Depot. It is total BS that they didn't tell us we needed the bracket in the first place and now want to charge $160 to install it since the A/C has to be removed and reinstalled in the process. The warranty on installation is only 30 days. I'm still going to try to get them to do it for free.

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