I would have to check the piston as it looks like it is stuck in the fitting and bypassing refrigerant. Sometimes I have been able to seat them by rapping on the FCCV with the handle of a wrench.
On stubborn ones you have to pump down and open the fitting.
Being a pump the piston does move in and out of the seat and can gat stuck partially open.
I have a nifty app on my smartphone that says with those conditions ( 70 Outdoor Ambient, 60 Indoor Wet Bulb ) You should be around 23.5 Subcooling (if TXV) or 15.7 Superheat (If using a fixed orifice)
At 70* IDDB and 70* ODDB you should have 10* of SH. With a matched indoor unit it calls for an #83 piston. The unit calls for 8lbs 6oz for a 15' line set ( and you added 7lbs?). You started with 200/75 and then added 7lbs ( ouch)?
At 70* ODDB you should be around 65/190. See the Trane Fast Fact attachment.Attachment 305681
Your OVER CHARGED.
No thats what I ended up with. Call was unit not cooling , low suction and high superheat, so it needed refrigerant(R-22) The outdoor ambient was like 95 that day the rh,wb,db readings are from inside the conditioned space. Thats my point is this thing is working great, now, but still has bubbles in the glass, and boss kept telling me to keep adding but I didnt want to so I finally talked him into letting me leave it. As far as non-condensables being in the system, the paper is green.
Please do not create duplicate threads on this site to discuss the same problem. I have merged the 2 that you created together.
The reason I did that is because when I first posted it didnt go through correctly and gave me some sort of passage saying to email the site administrator if this passage is shown. My thread came up on the main screen but when I clicked on it, that was what I got. So I tried again, that is why there are 2.
FWIW, I had a similar job a month ago. SC was where it was supposed to be but the SG was not clear... I was told a TXV needed a full column of liquid to work properly so I kept adding juice. I couldn't clear the SG to save my life... After way overshhoting the SC and still seeing bubbles, I decided to forget about the SG and just focus on the SC.