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Hello,i have a problem. in the process of removing an expantion valve the distributer was damaged ,at the head,there telling me i cant get a distributer head with the tubes atached.that i need to buy a new coil is there any way to get the distributer allready assembeled

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You will need a new coil unfortunately.

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