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    sorry i dont know much, i got sent to one of those useless cfc classes that hand u a card for sitting in there for the day........ anyways i am hoping someone here could tell me the proper way to hook up a recovery tank and guages in cooling.a/c mode..... thanks for the help

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    Read the instuction book that comes with the unit.

    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    hahaha

    10 year old place with 300 units , like someone left an instruction book .....AS IF

    [Edited by patriotsrule on 05-27-2004 at 01:30 AM]

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    He means the instruction book with the recovery unit. Most times there is instructions on the unit itself.....that's how I learned.
    There are 3 ways to do anything in life; Good, Fast, Slow: You can pick any 2.

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    not to be a smart ass but if there was a diagram would i be asking ????? probably not or i would be brain-dead....... guys please i just started at a large housing complex and i need to know the proper set up of the guages, tank, machine.......etc. i got stuck in a cfc class where they give you a 100 notes and then the test was all those notes reworded to questions, they handed me a card but not real knowledge....... i would appreciate the input
    i know the blue hose goes to the low side/fat line ..........

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    PATRIOTSRULE

    Try going to the website of the manufacturer of the recovery machine you are using. Some of them have downloads of product manuals. As an example, the following is a link for Amprobe Promax and the manual for the RG-5410A. It will give you an idea of how to use a recovery machine. Hope it helps.

    http://www.amprobe.com/manuals/RG5410A.pdf

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    Hmm proper way to recover r-22

    if you dont know how too hook up a set of gauges for recovery,then you shouldnt be messing around with it,call a professional
    if at first you dont succeed,then skydiving is not for you

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    At least

    You know enough to say you don't know enough.

    I'd go with looking up the machine on the web site, then I'd get myself into a school, if i were you.

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    First learn about the equiptment you are working on before you start to worry about recovery.
    Not what it use to be

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    Post the make and model number here. Somebody's probably got one just like it and can help you.

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    If you can't find the installation instructions then look inside the fan squirrel cage. They are probably all shreaded up inside on the bottom of the shoud.

    [Edited by benncool on 05-27-2004 at 10:58 AM]

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    Originally posted by patriotsrule
    not to be a smart ass
    So then you are a dumb ass.
    Hey cockroach, don't bug me!

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    drill a screw thru the suction line say oops and let the atmosphere take care of the rest.
    thehumid1-------I live in NJ, a state where it's free to come in but you have to pay to leave!

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