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How to recharge the air conditioner with RF22?

The R22 can be purchased at any auto parts store?

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According to EPA you must be CFC certified (licensed) to purchase, install, transport or handle all refrigerants. You may be able to find someone to sell it to you, however it is generally available in 30 pound drums. (not the answer you probably wanted..sorry)

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