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I just replaced my 13 yr old air handler myself because of a leaky evaporator coil and now want to know what the best way is to scrap the old air handler unit.
 

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Dismantle it, and take it to the scrape yard. The coil will bring a few bucks.
 

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That's a great idea!! Thanks. I would like to keep the blower and motor too after I clean it up as it is still working fine. I think it would be a great floor dryer or attic fan.... any other thoughts or suggestions?
 
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