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What is the difference between INDOOR and OUTDOOR UNIT of SPLIT AC's ? Is it possible to change only indoor unit if outdoor unit is working properly ?

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Asked by Nauty, 22 May '13 11:17 am
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The outdoor unit of split ac consist of compressor/condenser & rotor fan. Whereas indoor unit installed inside a room intakes warm air and throws in cold air (its just an receiver) Yes some of the manufacturers do provide indoor unit as spares but cost of it is very high. If your outdoor unit is in very good condition only you change the indoor otherwise its not worth.
Answered by Gypsy, 22 May '13 11:26 am

 
  
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Split ac = AIR BOX (indoor unit) + MACHINE(out door unit)

now companies don't usually provide ONLY an INDOOR UNIT if OUT DOOR is working properly or vice versa

However in the black market - / kabadi market / chor bazaar you can get one
Source: logic
Answered by simon waaras, 22 May '13 11:19 am

 
  
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Indore unit is just a outlet of throwing cool air, which is fitted with one thermostat.. Instead of a new one, you can easily repair it.. Of course, internal unit is also available in the market.
Answered by subhash, 22 May '13 12:01 pm

 
  
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Yes it can be done out door unit has the compressor and indoor unit only give out cold air. each unit can be changed separately if one not working
Answered by rajan, 22 May '13 11:38 am

 
  
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This can be answered by a qualified technician only I guess Ng..
Answered by Anurag Sharma, 22 May '13 11:24 am

 
  
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