Question about Coleman Mach III Air Conditioner
Yes, the evap is easy to access. On the upper unit, remove the metal cover that is on the front. There are screws down both sides and across the top and bottom. Once this is removed, the evaporator is right there. When you pressure tested the unit, did you lose pressure? If you have schrader valves soldered on the unit, then you should be able to run a vacuum on the system or pressurize it with nitorogen and see if you actually have a leak. Let me know what you find out.
Posted on Jul 03, 2009
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