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  1. #14
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    i'm thinking one of those refrigerant identifiers may be worth the money
    if corny was a part on a washing machine,,, he'd be the agitator

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    You are creating a new and untested refrigerant. So not only is it frowned upon. I'd guess its against the law somewhere.
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    Well yeah, but, if you call it new AND improved, you can charge more for it.


    Quote Originally Posted by bmathews View Post
    You are creating a new and untested refrigerant. So not only is it frowned upon. I'd guess its against the law somewhere.

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    Very bad idea to mix refrigerant

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    That is exactly what I was told.... it is ok if you charge in vapor. I still think this is unacceptable. I would never mix refrigerants just to save $$$.

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    Never mix. I would be fired if my boss knew i was mixing refrigerants.

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    mix drinks... not refrigerants...

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    As far as the EPA is concerned, they don't recognize any refrigerants as drop-in substitutes.

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    They lied to you. Not only is it wrong - what you describe is Doubly wrong.

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    Quote Originally Posted by bkaras View Post
    That is exactly what I was told.... it is ok if you charge in vapor. I still think this is unacceptable. I would never mix refrigerants just to save $$$.
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    What about feelings? Can I still mix them?

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    Quote Originally Posted by yaytech View Post
    mix drinks... not refrigerants...
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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    What about feelings? Can I still mix them?

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    i can decide... Yup your Wrong do not mix!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Poodle Head Mikey View Post
    What about feelings? Can I still mix them? PHM ---------
    Not sure, I'm having mixed feelings about that

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    I paid extra for a 5/8 suction line on a 5 ton package. Mineral oil flows well with the hfc

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