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Hot air blows out wen ac is switched on how do i re fill ac unitif that is the problemb

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You can buy the connector with a gauge and insructions to the low side at any store that sells auto parts and 134a refrigerant. The low side valve is located right on the front of the compressor. The low side connector will only connect to the low side port as the high side is a different size.

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