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What would it cost to repair MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1

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Average cost to repair MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1 - Air And Heat :

Depending on the issue you are having with MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1 (whether its low on refrigerant or if the compressor quit working for example), it can range from $50 service call to $500 on repair cost.

Typical cost to install MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1 - HVAC Systems :

Based on your geographical location and depending upon how many contractors in town are competing for your job, this can typically range from $500- $1100 per room basis.

Cost of Maintenance for MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1 :

Typically maintenance cost on MXZ-3C36NA MSZ-GL06NAU1 is minimal, it may only need cleaning on monthly basis. Unless you need air filters that can range from $10-$100 in some cases depending upon brand and availibility.

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SHAWN SULLIVAN
5-star Minitherm Sep 23, 2016

I am replacing a 32 year old unit with identical boiler. 'Nuff said...

PATRICK S
3-star Must Be Metric Sep 02, 2016

Went to Home Depot and Lowes to find ducting to fit this expensive fan.....not a good fit on anything even 3-4-5 inch rubber boots do not fit ???? I threw away the box and went to job to install....I bought an inline fan at hd $26 works and fit great..

SHELLY NEWTON
5-star Good Unit Jun 01, 2016

Replaced out a Rheem 90% with this unit. Easy installation. Very quite running. Seems to run less than the old unit. Highly recommend.

BRETT RHODES
4-star Gm Sep 13, 2016

Every thing was fine except it took a lot longer to recieve than I was told it would

Jack Lewis
5-star Great Product Nov 10, 2016

I have extensive building trade skills so installing the AC unit was quite simple for me to tackle myself. I had to have a branch 220v electrical panel added to service the unit. The only problem I had was finding a HVAC contractor to test the unit for leaks prior to firing it up. Since most licensed HVAC contractors don't want to touch so small a job or they don't want the liability of signing off on the leak test if they did not install the unit themselves. I can understand that, but... more

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