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    New Line Set

    I want to run a new line set to newly installed coil and heater. The condenser is located on the opposite side of the house. My question: Since I will be going to the coil from the back side can the suction line have (2) 90 deg elbows coming out of the coil. It will make for a much neater installation.

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    Your other thread of the same question is deleted.
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    What does your contractor say about running the line set to the opposite side of the house.
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    DIY on refrigerant lines will save you money.........for a week or two. Then you'll probably be buying a new system, and the ruined system will not be covered by warranty.
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