Question about Heating & Cooling
I have an airconditioner installed on my balcony. I need to remove it to allow the balcony floor to be maintained. It needs to be disconnected from power supply and internal unit. How can I do this myself?
This operation should NOT be done by the home owner. If the unit has valves on the high and low sides to enable a pump down operation of the system (gage manifold required) to return all refrigerant to the high side of the system (condensing unit). If the system does not have valves it must have the refrigerant charge recovered from the system before it is disconnected. Call someone qualified!
Posted on Jun 04, 2008
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