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Any Air conditioning or Refrigaration supply house. Just show your EPA license, which is required by the Federal Government, to track the use of Freon that is being phased in the USA, and throughout the world.

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What kind of freon was used in this unit when made


You didn't give a model or brand so here is what to check. Find the model--serial tag on the air conditioner and it should tell you type of freon and usually the amount. Most older air conditioners were freon R22.

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How do you add freon to haier window unit air conditioner


Window units do not come with service ports. You can buy them at local parts houses, but unless you have the freon, not gonna do you any good. Window ac use either r22 our 410a, and that cannot be bout without being certified.

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I have a goodman Model CKL 36-1K . It says Factory Charge oz R22 . Does that mean it uses R22 freon? The guy who sold it to me says it uses 410a and was only 2 or 3 years old. The serial # is 040637071 ....


Hello, the unit is a 3 ton and was built in 2004. 0z R22 stands for R-22 refrigerant. Not sure why he told you 410a but if the unit says R-22 than that must be used.

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Roof air not cooling, what is the correct freon to add r22?


On the outside of the unit on the cover,there is a nameplate rating that should tell you how much and what type of freon is in it.

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Who to added R22 freon to my a/c condenser unit and what hose on my gages need to be connected to hight pressure and lowe pressure


the red hose connects to smaller line...usually 3/8's....the blue connects to larger that has black insulation. The yellow to tank of freon. The unit must be running to put in blue hose. If unit nit running put in red hose. Must be done by someone with EPA 68 license

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CAN R12 BE ADDED TO AN AC HOME UNIT USING R22.UNIT IS RUNNING BUT NOT COOLING


No, R12 and R22 are not compatible freons. You need to recharge with R22.

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I need another copy of my R22 license to repair A/C units.


you may need to retest where did you get in the first place??lol

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Freon R 22


r22 will remain on the market.2010 is when it can no longer be produced.Just like has happened to r12....the price will go through the roof.

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