Question about Haier Heating & Cooling
Yes, as well explained, he is 100% right on the money.
With a device of this age, I would expect it is way beyond repair and no doubt, not "Legal" with emissions etc.
In my professional opinion you should cut your losses and replace the unit, in it's entirety. This WILL be the safest and most economic way to effect a remedy for your problem. In the long run.
I realize that it may be a little costly to do so. But in the end it will save money and headaches.
Also you would have the peace of mind that a new and professionally installed system will give.
Trying to repair these types of older units, is like trying to drain a pond with a sieve... at best a waste of time and money. You see the new emission standards are pretty thorough and getting any older parts up to spec, as it were is near impossible, I am sorry to tell you.
Well good luck, and I hope you prevail.
Posted on Jul 28, 2010
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