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I have a window air conditioner and while moving it i punctured what i believe to be the condenser coil. it was a pressureized line on the back with the aluminum fins around it. Is this repairable/replaceable?

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Hello,

yes, its is repairable, but it depands on the extent of the damage. The area of the condenser that was punctured will be sealed up and the air conditioner will be gas.

Call a repairman, and have him check the condenser in other to ascertain the level of damage, so that you will know if it will be repaired or replaced.

Take care.

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