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    Adjusting charge on heat pump

    Would someone tell me the best way to adjust r-22 charge on heat pump while in heating mode. (winter)

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    There is no DIY on this forum. if you would like to apply for pro membership to receive your answer then that would be the best way to go about it.

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    the only way...

    ...is to weigh it in

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    I wouldn't say that. There is the hot gas method.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BigJon3475 View Post
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    Thanks BigJon.
    I am going to do just that (apply for membership). Its obvious that I can learn a lot here.

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    Yes, there are professional forums here as well.

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    Quote Originally Posted by air2spare View Post
    ...is to weigh it in
    Thank you for your advice.......knowledge.

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    Quote Originally Posted by doug112959 View Post
    Would someone tell me the best way to adjust r-22 charge on heat pump while in heating mode. (winter)
    There is no single answer to this question because we dont know if there is an accumulator, we dont know the ambient temps, we dont know the indoor conditions, we dont know your airflow (even weighing in can be wrong if you arent delivering proper airflow).

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