Question about Refrigerators
Yes it looks like you do have a leak in that system....and finding leaks in a refrigerator is a nightmare to say the least....
So this is what I would do....
1. find a new company that has techs that actually know their craft....and have them try to find the leak....fix it and recharge your unit...
2. buy this product.... then have the first company (or another one) place it in your system....they should be able to handle that.....it will seal your system and stop the leak......saving you a ton of money and headaches....
You are right... they should know that once you have a leak...just recharging is just a temporary fix....
Posted on Nov 07, 2010
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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