A/C & Heater Replacement??

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If you want to reduce your electric bill
1) Clean the coils, or have them cleaned. Condensor coils for outdoor unit, and evaporator coils for indoor air handler. 2) Use a rotary compressor instead of a recip 3) Shade trees, white curtains, attic fans, and all that good stuff to reduce heat load. 4) Shade for outdoor unit 5) Have unit serviced each year 6) Remit 48.50 for advice, please.
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Stormin Mormonn posted for all of us....

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I didn't think of that. Probably because I think of the blower motor as a separate piece, even though it's not. I wouldn't worry about the blower motor breaking. Blower motors are realtively cheap and easy to replace yourself. I've done it once.
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Well....thats NOT the point.... You hook a new evap coil, and condensor to a 20 year old unit, and you basically have a 20 year old system, get it?
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