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ac units only need replacing if parts are no longer available for repairs or the quoted repairs make it uneconomical to repair when compared to new units
if your units is 15 years old, parts will be scarce and if it needs a compressor the cost of the part and labor will be close to the price of a new unit
new units are inverter units and are less costly to run and the larger units have reverse heating capability which makes them a heater unit in winter
best advice -- get a second opinion and then quotes for new units and make a decision on that information
Belts and other replacement parts and accessories for all manner of appliances are mostly easily available from various internet websites but I advise you to buy local if you can because it can pay huge dividends in matters of future good advice and possibly service that every owner of household appliances needs sometimes.
Local repairers are becoming more scarce as the prices of new appliances fall so the ones that are still hanging on need all the support they can get.
If they aren't used by the community the community will soon lose them.
The cheapest way will be to buy the same drive again. Spare parts are very scarce and for that reason very expensive. When you want yo save the data on your drive, and you think the board is defect, think this will be the cheapest option.
Depends on what parts you need. Many parts on your bike, such as the shifters, derailleurs, etc. are standard. If you are looking for specific parts for the frame and such, you will have to go to a Trek dealer. That particular bike has been out of production, so parts may be scarce.
I understand that you need some help finding a part for your old 630. I would love to help you but I need to know who made the 630 you are talking about and I will see if I can find a new or used part for you.
Hi there, I am having the same problem with my Treo Pro freezing. I've called both Sprint and Palm, but no one seems to be able to help me. If you happen to get any type of possible answer/solution, I would really appreciate it if you would e-mail me and let me know what you hear. If I can get some answers I'll come back on here and let you know. Thank you so much!
It seems like there are not many of these service parts available anymore. The only way to get your LCD working again will be to repair it.
The repair involves changing the defective parts to restore the LCD functionality.
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