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  1. #27
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    Clean the condenser coil. Replace drier. Pull a vacuum and recharge. Its tedious but will prevent u from wasting time. Once your done recharging adjust your pressure switch with a 15 to 20 TD.

  2. #28
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    I don't know how anyone came up with any decent diagnosis without any more information. High side got hot and low side didn't get cold aren't very good readings to get proper advice from anyone. If you could provide more info it'd better help us help you.


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