Type: Posts; User: kg321
In the R410A class, they said if you use the existing lineset, it needs to be flushed.
Especially with the R410A. If you open system you must put in a new drier.
I like the way Twilli thinks.....
At 65 on low side, even if still a little undercharged, would'nt suction line be sweating, cool, or something. If I add more gas, the head pressure will continue to go up.
I'm thankful for any and all info here.
This is just the best ever to have all of this knowledge at your fingertips.
I'm learning that twilli always has great 1 line advice.
Goodman, 4-ton- 3 yrs old.
I've always relied more on the pressures than reading SC SH.
Guess I need to make SC SH part of routine checks.
It was 88 in the house.
According to homeowner, the other guy supposedly did not add any gas to the system.
He went there for an annual cleaning/servicing, everything supposedly checked out fine,...
ok...It seems all I have is Warm suction line problems this summer. Another tech went and serviced/cleaned a unit last Thursday. From what he says when he left pressures were correct and unit was...