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Just one more question. Is it safe to say that changing the

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Just one more question. Is it safe to say that changing the line set is my safest bet provided that they flush, vacuum , check for leaks and put new freon in? Would this eliminate any doubts?

What is a reasonable price to pay for this work.

Thanks again

You are once again correct.

If this is something you want to put behind you and deal with every couple years...I would replace the lineset and start over with vacuum/purge.

Of course with a new lineset we do not have to worry about the flush.

How many feet is the lineset right now?

Customer: replied 3 years ago.

Did you mean NOT deal with it every couple of years by changing the line set?



Would there be anything inside the coil or condenser that is contaminated?


The lineset is about 30 feet with a filter next to the coil.




Yes....I meant not have to worry about it again.

on average, 30' lineset installed, leak checked, nitrogen pressurized, system vacuumed.....AND...existing charge relaimed and evaporator and condenser purged with nitrogen.....should be roughly $800-$1,000.00

And I am figuring 2 men a day and materials...


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