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Thread: Air in the line

  1. #14
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    Apr 2003
    the Great Pacific Northwest
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    Originally posted by hvac-tech-lane
    Non condensable = elevated to high head. What's your S.C.
    I pose my question again, what is your head pressure, and what is your subcooling?

    What's my point?

    My point is you are guessing at this when you can know by using your guages and meters.

  2. #15
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    If you were in such a hurry that you didnt have time to do it right the first time ---how are you going to find the time to go back and do it again?

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