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Old 07-27-2020, 03:19 PM   #1
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Receiver drier

Dash AC not working problem, plugged drier, does anyone know a replacement part number? 2000 tradewinds Evans tempcon HVAC any help appreciated.
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The drier would be a chassis supplied part.
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Thanks Richard, I called FL they said there was no part number listed for my tradewinds.Click image for larger version

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NAPA or the like should be able to match it up. It might take a few minutes of cross referencing.
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NAPA was an early try, the counterman and other's spent over a half hour and no luck, I never thought this would be so much trouble.
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I got my dryer from Air Parts in Ocala, FL https://myairparts.com/ Their phone # is 800-223-7167. Email [email]sales@jeepair.com
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If you have a plugged drier you have bigger problems than just a plugged drier.
A plugged drier indicates your system (normally the compressor) is creating contaminants usually in the form of carbon from air/moisture in the system. Contaminants will most likely be on the top of the compressor pistns causing scoring of the cylinders, in the discharge hoses and tubing and in the condenser. Plus the oil in the compressor will be bad. There may also be a problem with the expansion valve.
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