R22 Charging question

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- R22 Charging question

Postby MTI STUDENT » Wed Dec 07, 2011 3:42 pm

heatseeker -
> MTI STUDENT -
> > hmmmm its my understanding that if the system is low then you leak check
> > with soap bubbles before you add more , and when you find the leak you fix
> > it first then add more . just saying
> Ahh how life is perfect when you read the book. In reality most leaks are difficult
> to find let alone fix. In some cases yea you can find them but what if the leak
> is in the evap or condenser coil where it's very difficult to repair. Maybe the
> people can't afford new equipment or labor to repair hard to find leaks. In most
> cases fill er up get paid and wait till next year to either do it again or replace
> the equipment. You can clean my truck now.


SIR THE TRUCK IS CLEAN ALSO WASHED AND WAXED , PUT NEW PORN MAGS UNDER THE SEAT ...LOL
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- R22 Charging question

Postby heatseeker » Thu Dec 08, 2011 9:53 am

you were not supposed to find those. Did you find my crack pipe that has been missing too.
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