Hadn't frozen yet this season - but right after I cleaned the outside
condensing unit it started.
I usually need to add some freon every year.
Would a low charge, for some reason, be more apparent with increased air
flow thru the condenser??
Whats Illegal?? over 40 years adding cooling gases to thousands of
units and now I find its a crime! As for repairing leaks...Thousands of
Evaps and Condenser cores have tiny expansion pinholes that makes it
cheaper for owners to top off from time to time. The possibility of
putting sealers in to cure problems exists...But usually causes more
problems. As for the mixed gases leaking the smaller molecule gas out
first is more myth then fact. A hole big enough to leak..has been proven
to leak all mixtures without discrimination. You really must stop
drinking the manufacturers and Governments cool aide.
It is hardly too strong to say that the Constitution was made to guard
the people against the dangers of good intentions. There are men in all
On Saturday, May 30, 2015 at 12:52:12 AM UTC-4, PaxPerPoten wrote:
No, you found it was a crime when you took the same certification course I
did. You do have a license, don't you?
Plus it's just bad craftsmanship. You don't top off freon once a year. If
it gets low you find the leak and fix it. That's the way the pros do it,
and the way the good amateurs do it. The hackers top it off, take the cash
, and run on to the next sucker.
I'll bet you don't own a recovery unit and you don't pull a vaccuum before
you charge a unit, either.
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