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New unit got leak and it is repaired.by mistake charge vapor in the high side port for a few minutes and the reading on high side is only 120psi. what should i do to fix

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I recommend not even connecting the high side hose! No need to charge the unit. Average pressure on a 95 degree day is around 65 to 75 pounds on the low side and 235 to 265 on the high side! These are just strictly ballpark numbers! Super heat is the most accurate way to get the best effiency.

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Running only 120psi on the high side is actually pretty low. Most systems operate at 200+psi. Charging the unit on the high side while it is running will actually push the refrigerant back into the bottle and is dangerous and shouldn't be done. Charging the high side with the unit off will not hurt the system, it is just preferred to be charge with liquid, but none the less, it will just push the refrigerant away from the compressor. The only thing that you really have to watch for is charging liquid into the low side since it can ruin the compressor internally. I would say you need to finish charging the system on the low side with vapor and be sure that you have the right amount of superheat. Hope this points you in the right direction!

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The Refrigerant Cycle
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