Question about Whirlpool Freezers
Use Freeze12 located at your local NAPA store and use a adjustable line tap valve. Fill on the suction side usually the one that looks like a stub, and fill wit the recomended oz.s.
Posted on Apr 07, 2009
DO NOT PUT 134 IN IT. If it was an original R-12 system, 134 will not work. Most all domestic refrigeration systems are sealed and have no service ports for attaching hoses for service and charging purposes. You need to find the I.D. tag. It should have all the specs on it, including how much refrigerant goes into the system. You may be able to get R-12 from an auto parts place. I've heard rumor that automotive R-12 is of lesser quality than refrigeration grade but I've found no proof. Just rumor.
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