Hey, they are really easy to install. Takes about three hours, and
about $5,000 in equipment, and a EPA certification card.
Just pump out the old freon, cut the lines, cut the old filter drier
out. Braze in the new lines, and new filter drier. Vacuum pump the air
out of the system, to about 500 microns, and weigh in a charge weight
of new freon.
Move the electrical wiring from the old to the new.
Incidentally, I don't think the compressor (hot as it is) is the
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