Question about Refrigerators
1.Recover refrigerant from system
2.Remove suction and discharge lines
3.Remove electrical components
4.Remove old compressor
5.Install new compressor
6.Install electrical components
7.Install suction and liquid lines
8.Remove old drier and install new one
9.Connect gauges and evacuate from both high and low sides to at least 500 microns
10.Charge system and check for leaks
Posted on Dec 29, 2010
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