Re: [DML] AC system compressor doesn't cycle, high discharge pressure
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Re: [DML] AC system compressor doesn't cycle, high discharge pressure



Page N:09:01 says pressures are dependent upon ambient air 
temperature.

90 F (32c) the book says low side pressure is 25-32 psi. That 
doesn't jive with what you said. Am I reading this wrong?

Also, what quantity (in weight) of freon should I load if I've 
converted to R-134a? Will the pressures be comparable?

Thanks,
Rich A.
#5335
--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "Dave Sontos" <dsontos@xxxx> wrote:
> You may have TOO much freon in the system. The low side pressures 
should be
> about 35-40  psi if I remember right. The compressor is always 
running
> trying to pull the low side down.
> 
> Dave Sontos 
> 
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