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Obselete parts needed. Out.side plastic cover needed for Duo Therm Model 55715-041.AC unit. Any possible sources? Thanks.

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  • jlwseat Nov 05, 2010

    It is a one piece molded plastic box (RV unit) style on a 1981 32 foot cabin boat.

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I have been unable to find any sources for the soft parts of this unit such as the front cover

Posted on Nov 04, 2010

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    yadayada Nov 05, 2010

    I have no resource's that have any parts for anything this old, sorry but this has been out of production for decades.

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