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  1. #14
    Originally posted by hotsummer101
    when charging liquid for r22 can I do it on the high side with the compresor off ? I think this is the safest way right ?
    You know, I have read some of your post...

    And, you need some SERIOUS TRAINING!

  2. #15

    jultzya

    jultzya


    You always give me a good laugh,

    but why can't you answer instead of always making fun of me,

    would'nt it be easier ?



  3. #16
    People that lack the proper training make our profession lack the quality perseption that it truely deserves.

    Seriously, get some training under your belt. Whether that is working under a mentor or going to a trade school.

    But, (for your own safety) get some training. BEFORE you get seriously hurt, by doing something you shouldn't... by not knowing any better!

    This post is really for your own good.

  4. #17
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    Originally posted by hotsummer101
    when charging liquid for r22 can I do it on the high side with the compresor off ? I think this is the safest way right ?
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