Friday June 6, 2014, I called to ask. I got a reply voice mail saying it
wasn't working all that well.
Saturday June 7, I went out and put the gages on.
The low side was six inches mercury below atmospheric.
This means the refrigerant leaked out, and it's a
high pressure side leak. I'm going to return monday
and put a little in. Close the service valves. Return
Wednesday to see if it's leaking from the indoor or
outdoor portion. Decide where to go from there.
On Wednesday, June 11, 2014 1:02:18 PM UTC-4, Stormin Mormon wrote:
So, I guess bottom line is the first service company wasn't scamming
and the system does have a real leak, somewhere. Didn't first company
tell the HO where the leak was, what all the problems were that lead
them to recommend a new system?
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