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I will always sniff between the seams of 2 adjoining pieces,pull back the armaflex sniff inside looking for any 'pool' of heavier than air refrigerent but only after checking the most obvious places....
Sounds as though when the old condensing unit was being removed it was pumped down (pumping all the exsisting regrigerents into the condenser by utilizing the compressor) Not unusual I do it all the...
07-19-2005, 04:13 PM
If I understand you correctly you have 2 systems? The upstairs is where you're having troubles keeping humity down as well as cooling?
So far this summer you have paid for 2 service calls neither...
07-19-2005, 03:42 PM
Kind of answered your own question. It's good you realize this as a potential problem. Many customers look as though we are trying to get a few extra $ from them when this item and others are pointed...
the fact you had to ask if automotive refrigerent will work answers your own question. And what is it you would change out if you changed anything, where's the leak?
Check your lease. What does it...
King valve are often a generic term (like Kleenex is to tissue paper or freon is to refrigerent) used by many techs for your access valves, where we place our gauges on to get pressure readings.
[Edited by westcoast941 on 07-16-2005 at 09:23 PM]
Reminds me of the nightmares we had faced when 134A had been introduced in the Frigidaire upright modeled freezers sold under various brand names.
Doing away with the exterior condenser coils and...
I worked for Sears for over 12 yrs up until 2001
Previous to the early 90s the service department use to be more of a need than a profit maker. That changed and many changes were implemented to...
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