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    Confused 100 on the high side and 100 on the low side

    I connected the gauges and have a pressure reading of 100 on the high side and 100 on the low side. What is most likely to be the problem?

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    Is the compressor operating??
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    Quote Originally Posted by alpalmerin View Post
    I connected the gauges and have a pressure reading of 100 on the high side and 100 on the low side. What is most likely to be the problem?
    Much more information is needed. What are you working on, make and model Number. What voltage, phase. What refrigerant. ect...please post with more information.
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    Put an amp meter on the compressor if its running. This might shed some lite on the situation.

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    Are the knobs on your gauges closed?????

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDNtech View Post
    Are the knobs on your gauges closed?????
    ???

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    DLZ. I thought it would have been the kiniflin pin out of whack.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CDNtech View Post
    Are the knobs on your gauges closed?????


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