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Antoinette Anderson Posted on Mar 26, 2007
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I had a house built in 2003 and every year since the summer of 2003 we have had to get Freon put into the system and also have been told that the Compressor is bad in the first year. I have yet to get a new Compressor or Central unit. The units are all placed up and down my street by the same builder and we all have had the same problems. Good luck with your systems working!

  • Anonymous Apr 27, 2009

    10PJB24A01 heat pump installed 10-31-05. It has been repaired 5 times and still isn't cooling. I'm on my 2nd replacement compressor. Filter is plugged now so it's 85 degrees in here (Sunday, can't get new filter until tomorrow). Monday will make repair #6 and I am not confident that it will run without further repairs. I think Weatherking is junk. Read the comments on furnacecompare.com. I am going to contact Rheem just ASAP for some satisfaction. Maybe a representative will come from the company to look at this unit.

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Comment only : the only reason for re-gassing any refrigeration is that there is a leak. re-gassing is ofted dignosed by those who don't know what they are doing.

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