Rheem's defective air conditioners, warning, don't buy one! Every year I have at least one breakdown, sometimes multiple breakdowns in a year's time. I had to replace the blower motor the 2nd year in service. That started the nightmare with Rheem. Like others have said, the fan motor has to be ordered due to it being a special fan condenser motor that cost $750, so none of the service companies want to stock them. The 3rd year I had a refrigerant leak in a copper line to the evaporator coil, so again another service call for that leak/repair with a complete refrigerant recharging of the sealed system. The next year the evaporator coil leaked, and had to be replaced. Again, another two service calls replacing the coil with a new one and another refrigerant recharging. Now the unit is out of warranty for parts and the same coil replacement went bad (less than a year in service) and Rheem refuses to warranty the coil they supplied me less than one year ago. These coils must be made in China and made with recycled copper. The copper coils are extruded and stretched so thin, that they can't withstand the R410 low refrigerant pressures. Don't try to call technical services at Rheem's headquarters. They will not speak to a homeowner/customer. They refer you to your local service company. Many of the service owners have no idea what issues any one Rheem unit might have unless they experience units with the same problem over a period of years. Now, most of the service companies I have spoken to say Rheem AC units are known for their breakdowns. There is a class action suit against Rheem for their air conditioners, with the lawsuit stating Rheem knew about the bad coils they installed in their AC's and did nothing about it. I am now purchasing a new AC system for my home after only 6 years and I will never purchase another Rheem product of any kind in the future. I will advise everyone to avoid Rheem AC products like the plague! Don't buy a Rheem AC!