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Furnace flame sensor. The flame sensor monitors the burner to detect whether or not a flame is present. If the flame sensor is defective, the furnace may not heat.

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Aluminum exterior grille, 25-3/4 X 15-1/2 inches

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Lennox contactor for 1.5-3 ton spst 25fla/35res

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Quality Central Air Conditioner Replacement Parts From Repair Clinic

When the temperature starts to rise, nothing makes a home or business more comfortable than air conditioning. However, during a long, hot summer, the extended operation of an AC unit can cause a lot of wear and tear; luckily, Repair Clinic has easy step-by-step troubleshooting, maintenance, and repair help for this summer-essential appliance.

Since air conditioners are more exposed to the elements than other products, they experience a lot of wear and tear over the years. Luckily, Repair Clinic has all the parts and products you need to keep your air conditioner running great. If you need a fan blade, or any other part, visit the Repair Clinic website and enter your product’s model number into our search engine. You can also visit our repair help section to find additional articles and repair help videos to help you with the job. Most central air conditioners that are adequately maintained should last between 15 and 20 years. When the cost of repairing the central air conditioning unit exceeds half the cost of replacing the unit, it would be more cost-effective to replace the entire system. Newer systems are often more energy-efficient, and replacing a unit that is over 10 years old would save long-term money on energy bills.

Repair Clinic carries universal coil cleaner, wall thermostats, run capacitors, contactors, condensing fan motors, and fan blades to maintain or repair your AC system. Just enter the full model number of the outside condensing unit in the Repair Clinic search bar for a complete list of compatible parts. You can then use the part category and part title filters to refine your search. Repair Clinic stocks condensing unit components for all the major heating and cooling brands, including Lennox, Frigidaire, Rheem, York, Carrier, Payne, and Honeywell, but you’ll want to make sure you’re purchasing the part that is a direct fit for your specific unit.

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