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Old 07-08-2003, 10:54 AM
jcyuhn jcyuhn is online now
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I'm going to go with either a) really, really badly overcharged, or b) lots of air (noncondensibles) in the system. Both the high and low sides are far too high for 2500RPM readings. If the expansion valve was restricted I would expect high side to be high, low side to be low - something like 400/5 readings.

I'd try evacuating the system, changing the dryer, giving it a thorough vacuum, then charging correctly.

- JimY
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