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HAVE A TRAULSEN M#UL3SBS-X0010 HAVE PSI OF 16 LOW SIDE AND HIGH SIDE OF 325 TO 350 IS THIS RESTRICTION

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High side can be caused by restricted or blocked condenser coil, or fan not working. Or air in the system.

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