Need to repair brand new AC wall unit-drilled hole, hit condenser coil, lost all freon. Possible?
I installed an "in-the-wall unit" and was installing a cover on the back of it outside. When I was drilling, I put a hole in the AC and hit the condenser coil. Lost all the freon. This was a BRAND NEW unit - never used! Is there any way to get this repaired?
I would call the company immediately. If it is a Mitsubishi unit, I would bet they can repair it. I would call them right away. I would think a new coil could be installed. (maybe use a certified repairman so that the warranty will be honored)
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