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Look for signs of oil and you will have found the leak. Compressors depend on the cool gas returning to help cool the inner motor. At 12 pounds to recharge and leak detectors that measure less than .5 Oz per year leak rate does not figure that the leak can't be found.
10% of the oil from the compressor circulates with the refrigerant. The gas leaking will dissipate but the oil at the leak point will still be evident.
Posted on May 01, 2008
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