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Old 06-08-2021, 06:40 PM   #1
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Who/where does automotive air condition repair in the Lakes Region?

Any names/places that have done good repairs for anyone appreciated.

Yes, there is the dealer.

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Old 06-09-2021, 10:46 AM   #2
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In the back of the Tractor Supply mall in Gilford, there was a truck refrigerant shop that was awesome! I had an Itasca that no one could solve and he fix it in one day! Can't recall the name but I'm sure if you google...................
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If all you need is a recharge and your car uses 134a refrigerant, it's really easy to do yourself with a kit bought at any local car parts store. The directions are pretty straight forward and the process pretty much idiot proof.

FYI any vehicle manufactured before 1996 may be using R12 and you cannot re-charge a system designed for R12 with 134a.
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If all you need is a recharge and your car uses 134a refrigerant, it's really easy to do yourself with a kit bought at any local car parts store. The directions are pretty straight forward and the process pretty much idiot proof.
Yes. that was the first thing checked and all fuses. To no avail.
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Old 07-22-2021, 08:24 PM   #5
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AC fixed by an AC mechanic at Tices Automotive on Route 16 in Tamworth. Timely and at a reasonable price.
Got cold AC now.

The AC condenser was damaged. And replaced.
The damage was shown to me.

First time there and they seemed professional.

Tices Automotive. Route 16. Tamworth.
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