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    trane

    what up people im new 2 web site pulled a vacuum on trane system 2day after replacing txv but left valves 2 compressor open any problem with that
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmacdaddy View Post
    what up people im new 2 web site and trade pulled a vacuum on trane system 2day after replacing txv but left valves 2 compressor open any problem with that
    open to where??? atrmosphere??need more info

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    We don't do IM speak here.

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    trane

    2 compressor

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    im talk

    Quote Originally Posted by k_fridge View Post
    We don't do IM speak here.
    me neither please explain

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmacdaddy View Post
    me neither please explain
    you need to explain

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    dont run it in a vacuum

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_griff View Post
    dont run it in a vacuum
    i know thank you what i mean is is the oil in the compressor affected by being in a vacuum

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kmacdaddy View Post
    i know thank you what i mean is is the oil in the compressor affected by being in a vacuum
    No, you want the vaccum to try to pull the moisture out of the oil, though this is difficult IMO

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    Quote Originally Posted by d_griff View Post
    No, you want the vaccum to try to pull the moisture out of the oil, though this is difficult IMO
    thank you

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