Question about Sanyo SR-9510W Refrigerator
Hi, First check your unit's owners manual regarding the warranty as it pertains to the "sealed system" as this would fall under that, with the exception of a puncture inflicted by the consumer. Now, aside from licensing...Check your state laws. It is illegal to "recharge" a system knowing a leak exist's without first repairing such a thing, if indeed one does/did exist (I assume if it is in need of a "freon/refrigerant charge" it has leaked). I could be wrong, but I think it's against federal law in the U.S.A. to do so without a license. I know for certain it is illegal in the country I reside, Canada. Hope that helps. Good luck
Posted on Sep 30, 2009
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