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FIX AC MY AC UNIT ITS LEAKING GAS CAN I FIX THE PROBLEM MYSELF AND I GOING TO NEED GAS HOW I CAN GET IT

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Contact the air conditation guy as the procudes of filling the gas can be only handled by an expert.

Hope this was helpful.

Posted on Jun 08, 2008

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