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  1. #27
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    Junk it man. It's not worth the head ache. Like a bunch of the guys said, if that one is leaking, a bunch others are about to pop.

  2. #28
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    Now that all the serious answers have been said here is mine :-) This is America, the land of the wasteful. We don't fix anything--just throw it away and replace it. For the 2 or so hours it would take to fix it, you can cut out the entire coil and install a new one and have it back under a vacuum faster.

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