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WHAT TYPE OF FREON IS IN THIS UNIT AS THE MANUAL DOESN'T SAY

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Hi, I would have to say you have R-22 in this system. 134-a is for autos and some refrigeration commercial units. R-410-a is for the new residential units. and is a very high pressure freon. So, yes yours is R-22.
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