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Not cool enough, Vacuum service light keeps coming on! Fridge only cooling to 46 even when set to 36. How many oz of R134 do the two compressors take? The compressor are different sizes so I want to vac them down and recharge them with R134!

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On the compressor it should display that information , along with the LRA, size of compressor and what type of freon

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I will say that 95% of the time (or more) it is just the relay.

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Overloads give very little trouble but when they are cutting on and off like they do when the relay is bad sometimes they will go bad as well.

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