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My Fujita N13174 is leaking gas. had it refilled and it lost gas again. The hoses are freezing up on the outside.I am told cheaper to replace than to repair. Is this correct?

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Friend! if your car tier puncture, what you will do? First arrest leak and then filling air, is not it?
Same way, when there is leak in a/c system, call repairman to find out leak by pressurizing nitrogen and arrest it. Then vacuum and do gas charging. This is the permanent solution and also cheaper cost than going with replacing another unit. Helpful advise?

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