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Completely Screwed Doesn't Even Come Close...

Discussion in 'RC-Help Lounge' started by Tony, Apr 13, 2018.

  1. Tony

    Tony Administrator Staff Member

    Feb 21, 2011
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    Last year my AC in my house was working just fine. Not freezing up and working like it should. This year when it started to get warm I turned it on and... Nothing... Air was blowing, but at ambient temps. I go outside, and the compressor is running, I pop the cap off of the high pressure valve and push it in and I get very little pressure.

    Today I had a company come out to take a look at it. What I didn't realize when this system was installed was it is a combo of aluminum and copper being used. Anyone that knows metals knows this is a bad thing. We found horrible corrosion in the entire system and there is not a part that doesn't have to be replaced.

    Long story short, a new system is over $5000 and I do NOT have that kind of money. This is going to be one hot ass summer in my house. I am beyond screwed here...

  2. Spam Solo Funktastick

    Spam Solo Funktastick New Member

    Apr 16, 2018
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    Chamblee Georgia
    Awwww man. That's a bummer... You can get a few window units... Or knock over a bank or something...

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