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    Hey xraymarc,

    I was just wondering if you had to replace the valves?
    Did Goodman help you with the costs at all? (That R410a is quite expensive.)

    I had to refill my Goodman AC (Model: SSX160361AB) last summer and my service contractor installed some caps on the valves that were suppose to fix the winter leak...here were are again in the heat of summer and my AC has lost all the R410a freon yet again.

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    Quote Originally Posted by tdcarlso View Post
    Hey xraymarc,

    I was just wondering if you had to replace the valves?
    Did Goodman help you with the costs at all? (That R410a is quite expensive.)

    I had to refill my Goodman AC (Model: SSX160361AB) last summer and my service contractor installed some caps on the valves that were suppose to fix the winter leak...here were are again in the heat of summer and my AC has lost all the R410a freon yet again.



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