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    i have 3 bottles of freon in a 82*f room..
    what freon should be in each bottle:
    bottle A 97psi
    bottle B 160psi
    bottle C 116psi

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    Originally posted by primmers
    i have 3 bottles of freon in a 82*f room..
    what freon should be in each bottle:
    bottle A 97psi
    bottle B 160psi
    bottle C 116psi

    a 401A

    b 502

    c 414b



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    Thumbs down

    ahhh..no.
    looks like no one wants to play..
    r12
    r22
    401a

    what do ya think??

    i know the 22 and 401a are what they say they are
    but the r12 im not sure of..bought it on e-bay..from someone
    that had alot of positive feedback..

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    I think you may want to have them all tested

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    i bought the 22 and 401a new....

    wonder if that the gauges are right?

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    Not sure P

    I do know that temperature and pressure are directly related and constant barring any outside agent or force.


    So if a constant temperature is to bring a constant pressure from a stable substance…. How can it differ from related data tract?


    I know one more thing... it is getting late

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    yea but.............

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    Sounds like that ebay refrigerant has some non-condensables in it. Try bleeding a little vapor off and see if the pressure comes down. If it doesn't come down then it's probably mixed with some other refrigerant If it does then it's probably used R12 with condensibles.

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    PEPSI
    COKE
    BEER

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    Originally posted by jdenyer
    Sounds like that ebay refrigerant has some non-condensables in it. Try bleeding a little vapor off and see if the pressure comes down. If it doesn't come down then it's probably mixed with some other refrigerant If it does then it's probably used R12 with condensibles.
    but what about the 22 and 401???

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    see the 4th post in this thread... LOL


    I thought you were going to check your gauges

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