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What kind of freon does my unit take? Model number CPLE24-1

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Refrigerant 22. Here is the site for the units specifications on the CPLE24-1. http://www.alpinehomeair.com/viewproduct.cfm?productID=453054740 Please grade the help I have given. Good or bad, it all helps. Thank you. Roger

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