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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by Core_d View Post
    Thats not a double coil is it?


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    yep.


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    Eek that would make it a pain. Ide still fix it though. Wouldnt even evacuate it, just recover to 1 or 2 psi with the gauge closed, wrap it in stat wire, turn on recovery, open gauge, glob on bunch of 5%, wash it in, cool it down, put the freon back, soappy bubble test and come back and check it in 10 years HAHA


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    Quote Originally Posted by rcstl View Post
    I just do warranty calls. I think most HO would faint looking at the result of a "repair!" Do you use your wife's undies? Inquiring minds want to know....
    I find when you lay out their options, explaining roughly what is required to repair the leak they are understanding as to what it will look like in the end. If they don't want it to look like that then they can either buy a new coil or a whole new condenser.
    Quickly, I must hurry, for there go my people and I am their leader!

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    you could use a 3/8" sharkbite coupling too!

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    Quote Originally Posted by handyandyva View Post
    you could use a 3/8" sharkbite coupling too!
    I hope you’re kidding. Sharkbites are not for refrigerant piping.
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    please don't!

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    Lol yeah looks like the fan motor is going bad there. 🤣

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    I realized that after I topped off the thermostat fluid! shuh


    If thinking was easy,
    everyone would do it!


    The genius of the United States Constitution - when it frustrates the government, you know it is working. Truly, a timeless quote!

    RIP Mr. Gizmo; end of watch 10/27/16. I will never forget this furball.

    hvac_marc said "it's actually 90 right now in this shaded area of satan's butthole."

    “Don't believe signature quotes.” - George Washington

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    Flexseal!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by rcstl View Post
    I was the third or fourth on site.

    HO wants to know why they need hundreds of dollars of r-22 every year.


    Attachment 803079Attachment 803080Attachment 803081

    You guys have any ideas? What should I tell them?

    I checked the cap and the SH!
    Manufacturers defect or it was damaged by something.

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