Question about LG Heating & Cooling
You will need a pair of guages and some nitrogen. put pressure to the lines and listen for the "hiss".rubbing soapy water on the area where you think the leak is at will make bubbles (the leak). another way is dye but i do not reccomend it. once you find the leak you run into the problem of soldering the leak and recharging the system, which requires an epa license for the purchase of refrigerant. yout best best is to call the pro's. this is tedious work.
Posted on Oct 09, 2009
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