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What should normal suction pressure be on model # Frs6r4eb uses 134a freon , someone said it has a leak cant find one . just turned it on and has pressure. wondering what normal is

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  • steveda May 12, 2009

    on my frigidare refrigerator it holds 4 ounces of 134a freon and normal suction pressure is 5 psi not 30 to 35. thx anyway

  • steveda May 13, 2009

    no it wasnt correct , and some internet superman like you can kiss my ***

  • steveda May 14, 2009

    I am a licensed a/c contractor with a type III certification for over 15 years , dont do a lot of low temp or refrigerators , your pressure off the chart is for automotive not a refrigerators, you just didnt know you get over it!

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Abotu 30 to 35 psi  will give you low side tempature  between 35 and 40 degrees F. I woudl not set it any less that that to avoid freeups.

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  • Thomas F. Schneider May 13, 2009

    Thanks. Your  really something. If you already knew the exact recomended amount recomended , why did you ask the question? My answer was totally correct for the tempature that I stated for 134a.
      It is not a wonder people are reluctant to answer, with people like you wanting extremely spectific answers.Why did you now go to the design engineers that made it in the first place. 

  • Thomas F. Schneider May 13, 2009

    Your all stars, sir. Let it go . You duely punished me by the poor rating already. How many questions have you personally assisted with? As far as the answer , everything I said came straight frrom the T/P chart for that gas. I have the license. I am willing to bet that you do not. 

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