Question about Whirlwind FH-778 Air Conditioner
if you have some knowledge about air conditioner system then first connect hose with suction side of aircon pipe conector(valve) with Gage and second hose with cylinder and GAGE .during of this you must remember don,t forget to open valve before START this job then make your ac unit vacuum it should be 18-20 micron after vacuum fill freon (approxmatily 60-65 pci)
and check your aircon system,s evaporator all pipe has been cold not and any pipe is getting ice on it .if its reach pressure 60-65 psi AND YOUR AIRCON BLOWING COLD AIR then it,s good the close by cup nut on the connecting point and remove hose from connector and disconnect Gage from system .
(but please don,t do if you have not proper knowledge it can be dangour)
warning: if you don,t have knowledge to do this please don,t try
hope answer the question
Posted on Sep 25, 2010
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