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How do you evac and recharge a true freezer compressor??

Line broke,repaired line need to recharge system

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  • Todd Born
    Todd Born May 11, 2010

    the above is true. except that its the kyoto protocal. You do need to find someone that has a licensed tech to properly evac and recharge the unit for you.

  • Mathew F
    Mathew F May 11, 2010

    Sorry mate but to do that you are going to need refrigerant (freon) and only people that have a refrigeration license can buy refrigerant according to the kioto protocol.

    I think you are going to have to call a licensed refrigeration tech

    If you had a licence I would be able to talk you through it but you are still going to need the freon




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Your unit takes R-134A you can buy that anywhere it is 0 depletion on Ozone. The hard part is getting access to your lines if you have a service tap installed piece of cake. They make a saddle valve you can install to access line set. Pull a vacuum on unit takes a vacuum pump and about one hour of running the vacuum. Just put one line tap on the line and be sure it goes on the low pressure line not the high pressure side. The unit the fridge only takes about 5 ounces of refrigerant and has to be weighed in. Also has to be put in as a liquid as this is a blend of refrigerants. As long as you have gauges and pump and a scale I can walk you through it step by step get back with me and we can do that. ken

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Here's a good informative link for you to read http://www.rses.org/main/sam/xml/630-122/630-122.xml this is from the refrigeration service engineers society very informative

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