We are going to have A/C installed. I am thinkig that maybe I should
ask our HVAC company to install a pressure gauge in the refrigerant
system, would it be beneficial in the long run? Is that ever done?
Just sounds like something else to break, and leak. Not worth the
cost to install, any gauge able to be accurate under harsh outdoor
conditions, cycling pressures could be expensive, and why?
I mean, it the AC works, you know. If it doesn't reguardless of what
the gage reads, you need a technician to look at it. He will not use
the istalled one, he'll use his calibrated manifold instead.
So, save your money.
tom @ www.BlankHelp.com
I don't see any reason to install a gauge. As others have said it
is of questionable value.
You may be interested in a sight gauge. It is a glass "window" in
the line. If you are seeing bubbles, it is time to call a
Keep the whole world singing . . . .
DanG (remove the sevens)
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