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Can R22 refrigerant be changed to 134 refrigerant?

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Not unless you change every system component.The fill tube may be the same size but adding it will not make it cold at all.They are 2 separate coolants with different properties and are not compatible.

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What you do or did was let air into the system,when you hooked up the short hose. There was air in it. Now it is in the system

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