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115volt AC recharging

Can one recharge a Whirlpool model#ACD052YJO 115 volt window unit?
Is a kit available?

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  • voided37 Apr 19, 2009

    Don't think there's a leak. Just isn't as cold anymore.

  • Ken Bledsoe May 11, 2010

    You can recharge if you need to got to find leak and repair. Then just weigh in the right amount of freon.

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Ok in that case it is dirty at the condenser side of the unit. To clean it is a little involved as you need to pull unit out of case and take some housing parts off. But if you take it apart and look at the condenser coils you will see a blockage of air flow across coils. Refrigerant doesn't wear out of just leak out once it is in system good till unit goes bad for good. When you clean the coils use a nozzle and try not to point at angle keep it square to surface. I have cleaned bunches of window units and you will not beleive the difference it makes it will work like new. Any ?'s just get back with me glad to help. ken

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