Question about Heating & Cooling
Before giving solution, my humble advise not to try to remove ice by harmer or any tools. With help of heat torch you can remove. Now the solution is :
No need to replace complete set. Yes little costly expensive. Call repairman, he will arrest leak by brazing material and then vacuuming and gas charging.
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Posted on Dec 30, 2010
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