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Re: Retro-fitting with a thermostat
If you have a wall or window unit you'll have replace the t-stat by the model number. If you have a central system you get a t-stat from a hardware store from $30 to $200 depending on model. I would recommend a digital t-stat because they are accurate +/- 1 degree where a mercury t-stat is +/- 10 degrees. either way they come with instructions and only take a few minutes to install.
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Your Honda takes R12 freon, R12 freon is no longer sold, if your car has not been retro fitted to 134a freon, you will have to buy a retro fit kit, so you can install 134a freon, If it has been or after retro fitted, total freon 1.5 lbs 134a freon.
No it not true, maybe they just don't have it, I know Napa auto parts stock this there part, the number is #409996 and it is a stocking item run's about $30.00, take that part back to autozone and go over to Napa.
You Must Change over to 134-A and this Requires Replacment of All Internal Rubber "O" Rings
Although I Have Purchased the ADAPTER Fitting and Just Filled My Personal Vehicles With 134-a With No Problem
1. you may not be able to go through the auxillary to get sound from this unit main because, from the inference here is that it is mono input. But not being able to see the unit I am not privy to the full scope of the functionality of it. Retro fitting new device with old usually means that modifiction is needed to make the new device couple or patch to the old device. This may mean that the unit (old) will need to be disassembled and the main board scanned for a component to be insert or wired to accomodate the new device for audio to be heard trough it,. There is a site called "instructables" that will assist in retro fitting new audio device to new but to give step by step here in this forum would not be accomodating to you because of limitations that is the unit being physically look at to assess the proper way to complete this project. I hope this helps.
Is this unit originally set up for natural gas? If so, the burner oriface and the gas valve need to be retro-fitted to propane. This is something only a qualified service technician should attempt as an incorrect retro-fit could cause an explosion resulting in someone getting hurt or even killed.
hi not seen one of these retro types but having always wiped the seal and door after use as recommended with clean damp cloth prevents seal deteriation i would have thought this drain?on retro type that drains accumulation of any water from seal would be draining inside the outer drum and thro to drain into pump? seems odd?