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  1. #14
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    Originally posted by hvaclmnop
    Oh yeah, see FREEZE OUT is a brand name like FREON, which is R-22. FREEZE OUT is actually Duponts freeze and frost eliminator which you apply directly to surfaces, like an evaporator, that is iced up. It's a hydrogen-oxygen compound that you heat up and apply as a liquid. FREEZE OUT or FFE ;Ask for it at your local supply house. When Asked Try Either Response.
    A student asks a question and a bunch of us old-timers learned something! That ain't how it's supposed to work!

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    OK, I can't let this fall to the bottom without making it right. I was just messing around.

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    If you can't push; pull... If you can't pull; GET OUT OF THE WAY!!

  3. #16
    Means a frozen coil is frozen solid back to the compressor.

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    Originally posted by hvaclmnop
    OK, I can't let this fall to the bottom without making it right. I was just messing around.

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    You dog!!! God, I woke up this morning and was only senile. Now I'm getting gullible too!!


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    sorry
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