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Old 08-30-2013, 09:06 AM   #15
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Yes, the new units will drop right in providing you are replacing them with the same manufacturer and similar model. If you switch brands/models then all bets are off.

Make sure you seal the connection really well between the duct opening and the new A/C with foil tape once it is in place. Also seal any holes that you can see in the duct work itself.

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Yes, the new units will drop right in providing you are replacing them with the same manufacturer and similar model. If you switch brands/models then all bets are off.
Great. That's the answer I was hoping for. Thanks for the prompt reply!
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