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Old March 7th, 2018, 15:53   #5
Mongler98
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Join Date: Mar 2011
Location: Northern MD
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1st step is to put a set of proper gauges on it, for your use, a set from harbor freight will do. Report back with pressures, 99% chance your low on 134a, dont and i mean DO NOT by any means go buy that cheep can of 134a with stop leak with that cheep POS low pressure gauge and try and dump in more 134a. there is only 1 way to property fix a low system and that is with a super cool/supper heat method for your high and low pressures. you can hillbilly hotdog your way though it with just bringing up your refrigerant levels but your shortening the life significantly.

TDLR, get gauges, report back with pressure. dont do anyting else until notified.
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