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Beverage cooler not cooling enought

I have a true beverage cooler and it had a broken line i repaired it know how can i till if it has enought gas in it and how do you read the pressure gauge i have an idear on how to repair it but need some more help

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Re: beverage cooler not cooling enought

Jeremy, after the line and new filter drier is put in the high pressure side and silver soldered make sure the unit is placed in absolute vacuum for 30 to 60 minutes. It's critical that all air and moisture is remove and the charge applied on low side with out a single air bubble put back in. You may need some on hands help on this solution to get the cooler working properly, Thanks Sea Breeze 

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