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Several years ago I purchased 2 Split-Type Room Air Conditioners--Models RSW-17 (Indoor Unit)/ROW-17 (Outdoor Unit) and RSW-12S (Indoor Unit)/ROW-12S (Outdoor Unit). The airconditioners themselves are fine, however,the Remote Controls for both these units, Model AR-DJ15, have gone bad and may not be repairable. How/where can I purchase replacement remote units? Alternatively, where/how can I send my remote units for repair? Chester D. Copemann eldogo2@gmail.com or chester.copemann@ceridian.com. 340.773.5113 (W), 340.773.5163 (Fax).

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