06:20AM | 06/08/06
Member Since: 09/27/05
8 lifetime posts
hey, theres an older fedders a/c unit in my house, and the fan runs but there is no cold air. does anybodk know where i can get another "older" a/c unit of the same kind to put in???

do you know where to find one????

and have you ever seen one like this before?

this is the link to the picture of this unit.

please help. this unit worked well for a long i think it looks cool. ive seen them in a few stores (in the wall of course and not for sale)so i know im not the only one who still uses these old things.

so does anybody know where i can get another one of a site online that selles old a/c units (besides ebay), i checked there too, but no results for that type.

has any body seen one for sale at a flea market or something???

or has anybody seen one at all in use or for sale???

oh and any repair tips would be helpful as well.



07:40AM | 06/08/06
Member Since: 09/27/05
8 lifetime posts
thanks for the help.

i would be willing to pay more to have it fixed. the old air conditioners cool better than the new ones. the look better to.

i have seen people sell old air conditioners at a market before...but never that exact thing.

have you ever seen a model like that before?


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