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Replaced bad 35 amp fuse in ceiling unit then started up, but forgot to re-plug in the two 35 amp fuses at the oustside unit. After correcting that, the outside unit makes more noise and when it stops the lines in the house make gurgiling pressure noises for a few seconds.

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The noise you are hearing is the refrigerant in the lines migrating to even the pressures...that is very normal...and is not a problem...
If you are cooling okay don't worry about it it is not hurting anything...
It could be an indication of a low charge, which would indicate a leak in the system.


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