Question about Heating & Cooling
Ive got the gas and the gauges but not certain how
With gauges you can simply watch the Temperature marks on the gauge... around 40 degrees F should be good. This is assuming the system was working and is still sealed. If any air or moisture got in, you'll need to have a pro come out and vacume it down.
When done you should have around a 25-30 degree drop across the A coil in the house.
Posted on Feb 25, 2008
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