Formerly flooded house


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tmurf.1

I am buying a house in NJ which has an outdoor heating and cooling unit I guess its like a heat pump and I think it was at least partially under the ocean or bay or whatever during the hurricane "Sandy". It sits about a foot off the ground and I wonder if it can be salvaged with just a circuit board replacement and maybe a blower motor.
 
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Tom Cular

My brother was able to make repairs to both the outdoor air conditioning
unit and the gas fired heating below the house. Heat pumps don't work that
well during NJ winters.

I am buying a house in NJ which has an outdoor heating and cooling unit I
guess its like a heat pump and I think it was at least partially under the
ocean or bay or whatever during the hurricane "Sandy". It sits about a
foot off the ground and I wonder if it can be salvaged with just a circuit
board replacement and maybe a blower motor.
 
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PeterD

I am buying a house in NJ which has an outdoor heating and cooling unit I guess its
like a heat pump and I think it was at least partially under the ocean or bay or
whatever during the hurricane "Sandy". It sits about a foot off the ground and I
wonder if it can be salvaged with just a circuit board replacement and maybe a blower motor.
The only way you'll know is to disassemble the unit and inspect all the
components. Pay particular attention to the circuit boards, the
capacitors, the fan motor, and especially the wiring harness.

There is a chance that it can be repaired if you can get parts.
 

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