Question about Heating & Cooling
You don't need to replace this item as it can be fixed.Work out the cost of labour etc + parts and if it sounds too costly then maybe you are better off with a new one.Now many of these systems needs re-gasing to be back to work,so it is worth trying to check if there is gas( freeon) in it.Based on a rate loss of 10% per year,work out how old it is and a bit of math will prove you that you probably just needs re-gas to be back on and perfect. Now it might be some other problems but as you mentioned it's a 2nd hand item then it's a high possibility this is the cause.
Posted on Jul 29, 2009
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