Question about Heating & Cooling
I was drilling holes in the side of my air conditioner so it would hang from the eve on chains. I drilled a small hole into the condenser and all the pressure was relived with a loss of oil. Is this something that is repairable? Are there places that can sauder/service/re-pressurize the condenser?
Time to get a new airconditioner, the time and cost of repairing a condensor (cause hat wont be covered is problably hte cost of a new nmachine, call a local guy first htough and get a price toreplace it, def. a few hudred dollars
Posted on Mar 20, 2008
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