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Air con not cold

How do i get new gas in it.I live in sydney,mountdruitt 2770.

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  • smythekevin Jan 13, 2009

    air con need gas how to apply



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Hi! smythekevin
Sound like you need to call a good service rep for your particular AC unit. Special freon and gages are necessare to press the need.
Sincerely, InMrFixIt

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I live in southeast Iowa where would the cold air returns be placed in new construction for a gas forced air system.

as cold air falls to the lowest point. placing them high would allow the cold air to flow down over the occupants
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Dec 18, 2016 | Miscellaneous

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Manually set and programmed temperatures but when turned to heat only cold it the compressor?

maybe or its had a gas leak so get a refrigeration mechanic there i am one but found out how much trouble refrigeration is i would go gas or wood for heating it was designed for heating where air con's are fridges with a reversing valve in them they were made to keep things cold, so if it is the compressor i would get rid of it and change to a wood or gas heater, as i said i am a refrigeration mechanic by trade but only move heat pumps to other locations to put in gas or wood or just remove the air con all together, and our clients arte always much happier with the change there also cheaper to buy and maintain than air con so i would seriously look towards getting rid of it, if it is a ducted system they can be changed for gas very easily you also want to look at other options if you went this way but seriously refrigeration is for keeping things cold to try and heat with it on adds extra value to thier sales and thats the hard truth about a hetaing device that in most cases on a very cold day is useless!!!!!

Dec 16, 2010 | Honeywell Heating & Cooling

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dear sir

please make sure first your air con,s compressor is working if it, working and it,s not getting cold then it can be low gas problem or if compressor is not working then please check the thermostat settings and make tempreture correct and setting on cool mode
then i hope if it,s only normal problem then your air con will work again .
after that if not get cold then contact to air con technician for repair it (it,s need to repair and only air con special maintenance person can do it)

thank you
hope answer the question
please vote!

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