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Old 06-10-2009, 01:10 PM   #1
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Dead Dometic

I believe the compressor went out on my Dometic A/C (fan still works, but switch to cooling and the unit shudders, then starts, and smells really hot. There was also a lot of water inside the vent ducting so I think the coils probably were frozen up too). I am trying to find out the cost to replace the compressor, and everyone is telling me that they are sealed units, and that I have to replace at least the whole upper section. Is this BS?
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