Re: [DML] Re: AC Question - 3 of them with a little surrounding informat
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Re: [DML] Re: AC Question - 3 of them with a little surrounding information.

John Hervey wrote:

>Chris, I can't blame you for not wanting to use a sub, but don't cut it
>short till you try it. Here is the link to the technical/section and FAQ
>page. You can also check out the web site.
>John Hervey
Wasn't really my intention to badmouth the various subs, just warning
people to see what they're actually putting into their AC systems when
they look at the r12 substitutes, because, as i've said, i've seen at
least one that has been flammable, and I just don't think it's wise
putting flammable gas in the AC system. You have enough chances of fire
with some of the unmodded electrical systems as it is. I'm not going to
comment about the actual effectiveness of the various r12 subs out
because frankly, i've never actually used any of them myself, so i'm not
just going to guess about something I have no experience with.   The
rest of what I said about me using real r12 in my D when I get that far
was just a personal choice for me, since I have access to it, even if it
is expensive. I know it will work with no guesswork, and the  system was
designed to use it.


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