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  1. #27
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    Here is a thread I started when I made mine. I used 30' of 3/8" copper pipe that was "donated" by the company, so it cost me almost nothing.

    https://r.tapatalk.com/shareLink?url...2&share_type=t


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  2. #28
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    People still recovery refrigerant these days... j/k

    I bought my CPS when they first came out, dont remember what it cost then, but still have it and use it today...
    Testing....Signature on Full Site Forum

  3. #29
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    Quote Originally Posted by timtanguay View Post
    I use a coaxial heat exchanger from a water-source heatpump that was being decomissioned. works like a hot-damn and prevents your recovery cylinder from stacking up.
    I'm thinking about doing this method, cleaner then letting the water overflow out of the bucket in a mechanical room, what side tubing on the water side and refrigerant side?

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    An old drier coil.Name:  20170512_122358-1728x2304.jpg
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