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    Coil leaks - needs replacing - Labor Cost?

    My coils are leaking and need replacing. Luckily, they are under warranty. However, labor is not.

    (Please read the site rules, no pricing is allowed)
    Last edited by Admin; 06-17-2008 at 10:52 AM.

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    Please read the rules, no pricing allowed, please edit out the price, Thank you.

    What may be a reasonable labor price in one area, may be very high, or very low in another.
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    There are a few other things not covered by the warranty also. Possibly shipping, filter drier(s), solder materials, fittings (copper/pvc), refrigerant and equipment to perform the work come to mine.

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    For ten thousand dollars I could have a tech there this weekend to do it, of course payment must be made in advance.

    I might even tag along as a much needed vacation.

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    Sould have bought a good home owners warranty and it would be all covered.

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    Quote Originally Posted by gonekuku View Post
    Sould have bought a good home owners warranty and it would be all covered.
    No it wouldn't.
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    Quote Originally Posted by gonekuku View Post
    Sould have bought a good home owners warranty and it would be all covered.




    no such thing as good home owners warranty.

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