Question about Heating & Cooling
If you see oil "oozing from the copper lines (fittings) you can verify if refrigerant is leaking out of the lines using a solution of dish soap and water, spray or wipe the solution on the suspected leak, and if it is leaking it will bubble. if it is indeed leaking the smell of refrigerant could be described as "exhaust" usually the smell is described as "chemical" by clients that I have served in the past. I have never heard of refrigerant causing headaches, as refrigerant is considered as non-toxic. It will dispalce oxygen in large enough concentrations, but it would take considerably more than a standard system holds to displace enough oxygen to cause issues, unless it was all released at the same time. hope this helps
Posted on Jul 27, 2009
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