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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
I have heard that there is a spray you can use that will not damage your system and seals the leak when it comes in contact with oxygen
Posted on Apr 09, 2009
the system must be leak checked, refrigerant recovered, evacuated, a drier installed, and recharged to the correct subcooling, (I assume this is a carrier since you reference "puron")
the low side pressure seems to be in line the high side pressure would be low depending on operating conditons, these systems must be charged using superheat and subcooling methods, pressures are just a "starting point"
Posted on Jul 13, 2009
please check the temperature sensor this will make the compressor for running and stopping and also check the compressor if its in warranty period please call the service technician to check these and replace if necessary.
Posted on Sep 04, 2009
The leakage is probably from condensation and there should be some sort of drain for it. You should check to see if it is clogged or partially clogged. Also since you say it does it when it hasn't operated for a while you may want to check out where the lines pass through the wall and make sure that it is sealed up there so you don't get leakage from out side.
Posted on May 04, 2010
there are 3 drain holes in the primary pan right underneath the evaporator that need to be clean with a pipe cleaner or a wire of somekind and there is also a secondary drain behind it that will work only if the unit is 100% level. To access the primary drain pan you have to take all the screws of the back cover 5 on each side and 3 in the center above the electric cord and behind the air filter and only then will you be able to see these very small holes. Use a flashlight to make sure. Have fun!Reply
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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