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  1. #40
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    Sep 2008
    Western PA
    Quote Originally Posted by fr420 View Post
    I understand exactly what your saying, but the condition I was having The dew point reading would give me a subcooled suction line, and the bubble point reading was only one that made sense because as we know now I was coming back straight liquid.

    Follow what is actually happening with the dew point/bubble point.

    The area between the two is the saturation area of the refrigerant and liquid can exist at any point between the two.

  2. #41
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    Dec 2010
    Savannah Ga.
    Glad you got it solved! The first one we saw took us several trips over a couple of days to figure out also! I guarantee you'll never forget about it and if you ever see it again you'll go right to the problem!

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