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Chargeing freon when replaceing a compressor on Jenn air model jcb2059ges

I am an air conditioning contractor, I know how to charge freon on a air conditioner and a heat pump. there is not a charging valve exposed on the compressor on this refrigerator model shown. I need to know where it is so that I can charge it.

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