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Refrigerant charge need to recharge fridge w freeon, wheres the port of entry to charge? thanks

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There is no port unless you use a line tap if your refrigerator is less than 10 years old the manufacturer will pay for the repair unless it will continue to leak and compromise your compressor

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Add refrig charge! Model nppac8kwgx. Where?


Fit ******* port(blue) to charge nipple onto the compressor.
Fit manifold port(yellow) to Refrigerant(keep tank close)
Fit discharge port(red) to vacuum pump.

1)First vacuum your system for atleast half an hour.
2)Close both values on gauge when half an hour is up.
3)Switch off vacuum pump.
3)Turn Refrigerant tank upside down and open it.
4)Now gently open ******* side a bit and close, repeat until no longer in vacuum.
5)Then turn fridge on and charge no more than 11psi.

I would strongly advise not doing this, let a professional refrigeration technician operate the recharge. Before changing remember if there's no refrigerant in the system then theirs a leakage.
Be sure that it's a shortage of refrigerant and not a blocked pencil dryer, low efficiency compressor, blockage in system and that all the controls operates as they should.
***Most fridges and freezers, basically all domestic refrigeration compressors enquiries a refrigerator technician to weld a charge nipple onto the charge port.


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My freezer works fine. The fridge only gets a little cool. There is a grocery saver button and a acceler ice2 button in the fridge. If I push the acceler ice2 button it will get cold enough but the button...

I would have a apliance guy come check it out, if its an old fridge it probly needs to be recharged with freeon or r12 but r12 is illegal to use withought liscence and they dont use r12 in new fridges anymore. Good luck.

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How to add refrigerant to air conditioning system

determine the type of refrigerant, conversion kits are available but not an easy job, most parts stores have refrigerant and connectors to add to your system, follow the directions on the can.

Jul 10, 2013 | 1997 Pontiac Sunfire

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I need to know where the recharge port is to recharge A/C on a 1999 Ford Expedition

Your A/C system will have two service ports, there isn't any "recharge" ports. You add refrigerant to the LOW side only. Prior to adding any refrigerant, you need to check the system pressures with a manifold gauge set. If the system has enough charge and there is another issue, adding refrigerant can make for worse problems. Automotive A/C is best left to the right person with the proper equipment to service them. If you follow the lines from the compressor, the LOW side will be the smaller diameter of the two service ports.

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I just purchased a 1998 Mercedes Benz E320 with 237k miles over all the car is in great condition and it runs good. However the AC is blowing but it is not cooling only blowing hot. Does anyone have any...

Have a competent shop look at it. Sounds like a freon leak if previous owner just had it done. You might ask him where he had it done and they should cover it under warranty.

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Where is the air conditioning refrigerant port? Trying to put in freeon. It's a 3.8 v6

It is most likely near,or on the dryer,I believe it is under the air cleaner box,but it will be on a large ac line,and your charge hose will only fit it,If this was a t all helpful,please rate,thank you.

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Most fridges to not have a service port or recharge valve installed from the factory. They simply pinch off the charging port and weld the pipe closed. So this would be the one sticking out of the compressor and going nowhere. The other option (if you want to connect an in-line tap valve) you would charge on the return or low pressure pipe which is the thicker of the two coming from the compressor. Hope this helps.

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I have a hotpoint deep freezer and it needs freeon. How and where do i put it.

First you need to know what kind of refrigerant it needs , and the amount of it in weight (oz,lb, gm ) If needs freon means there's a leak because all the refrigerations system are seal , so the leak has to be fixed and then recharged the unit using your manometers to check low and high pressures while you charging the system through the low pressure service valve (remember after fixed the leak to vacum the system and replace the dryer).

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Can I replace a damaged evaporator coil?

Well, the old screwdriver through the evap trick huh?. you planned on repling evap coil and recharging with 134 a? correct??if you have that knowledge and ability then installing a charging port would be least of issue. sorry for sarcasm but not a do-it-yourself fix honestly bring it down to a local repair guy

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