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Fujitsu AOT24PMAL not working

Help! I have a split system inverter that has blown the cap off the three way valve, I guess with total refridgerant loss, why so? what gives?

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There is NO reason for this . that said i have seen this before the brass is cheep and the can snap or leak just useing it in normal service . i have removed the broken valve and made my own bridge and port , there does not need to be a valve there just a port for service . this is nothing for a homeowner to do , you will need to call for service ...... good luck please rate this answer , i am new here and need the reviews so i can stay here , thanks

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