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My unit is 9 years old Ruud RCGA-60AIGH24B seems

My unit is 9 years old Ruud RCGA-60AIGH24B (coil) seems to be clogged and/or the pan is leaking.unit is freezing up. Does not cool house though fan blows. What is a reasonable cost of repair or replacement? Should I replace the AC full unit & relative costs of replacing coil or replacing full unit?

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It's possible that there is gas leak causing part of the coil to freeze. The cost will depend where the leak is.

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