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Look at the compressor on hose assy, low side
I\'m guessing-- but if you got a TXV-- it will be after it on low side
If you got an orifice valve-- it will be before the evaporator
Very important-- IF your NOT using refrigerant gauge set & your
using the wal mart crap with the hose & gauge ,you have no way
to vent out the air in the hose & under NO Conditions do you
put in refrigerant with any sealer.
Any air you let in that system will ruin it in time & reduce the
efficiency your trying to get back
If you have to add,you have a leak to fix
I would leak test & make the proper repair
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