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    how much does it cost to replace a york coil

    My york furnice coil is leaking freon. It is 3 ton unit, installed in 2005. I was quoted $****** to replace it, including parts and labor. Is it a reasonable price?

    What is the York warranty on its coils?

    Thanks,
    Mumian

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    Quote Originally Posted by mumian View Post
    My york furnice coil is leaking freon. It is 3 ton unit, installed in 2005. I was quoted $XX3456YY to replace it, including parts and labor. Is it a reasonable price?
    Of course it is, If a few of the other bids were higher.
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    Cost to replace the coil can vary widely depending on how accessible it is. Nobody can accurately quote the job w/o seeing it.

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    Should have a 10 year parts warranty. Is the coil itself blue in color?

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    It may only have 5 years but if its a blue coil York will supply new coil and pay for labor and refrigerant

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    Might have the blue coil blues
    We really need change now

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    We changed one for a customer (we aren't a York dealer) and was surprised when we got labor money from York. We passed it on to the customer.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    Should have a 10 year parts warranty. Is the coil itself blue in color?
    IF the installing company remembered to register the equipment.

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    Quote Originally Posted by jtrammel View Post
    Should have a 10 year parts warranty. Is the coil itself blue in color?
    it is NOT blue, but in copper color

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    The u bends on the coil would be copper but the fins that are aluminum are coated with a blue film that is what I'm referring to

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