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Thread: AC Advice
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Old 03-17-2015, 10:48 AM
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Default AC Advice

Our AC has been struggling a bit. The maintenance folks said there were indications of a leak, but they couldn't pinpoint the location of the leak. The guy was nice enough, and we've had decent experience with the company he works for. But yet he made it sound like if they can't find the location of the leak, the only way to "fix" it is to install a whole new system.

Anybody out there have any similar situations in the past? I understand the difficulty sometimes in locating a leak, but replacing a system that may be working just fine except for the leak seems ridiculous.

Any thoughts?

And just so I can plan for a worst-case-scenario (I have no intention of replacing our system unless multiple vendors say there is no other option) about what cost might I be looking for to get a new system for a ~1500 SF home?
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