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Purchase msh09tw I have a leak in my condenser so I am looking to purchase a new msh09tw inside unit and am having trouble finding because discontinued item due to new gas regulations

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Just so you know, you can use just about any condenser coil as long as it uses the same refrigerant as your original system does and if it will physically fit and has the capacity of the old one. However before you go out and buy something have you tried fixing the leak in your condenser coil? If it is made of copper then it is easy to solder with silver phosphorous and using a presto-lite torch. If you don't have one then you might try using map gas. As long as you can get 1,000 degrees or more it should work.

Good luck

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Posted on Mar 01, 2014

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