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  1. #1
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    Jul 2006
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    I'm buying a 7 years old house. The inspector and the plumber both mentioned the condenser coil looks bad; the plumber is suggesting to replace (I assume he mentioned both indoor and outdoor units). The AC seems working well, but the coil looks bad. However,the AC is only about 7 years old, the question is if I should have both replaced as suggested. If so, any idea how much would this cost?


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    Jun 2004
    Howell, Michigan
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    You already posted the same question once. I will close this one and leave your other thread open.


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