Re: [DML] R134 Freon @ $6.40 Per Can
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Re: [DML] R134 Freon @ $6.40 Per Can

To tell others that hose replacement is mandatory is not good advice. Not only do new hoses cost money, and require time/effort for installation, but there is a very real risk of damaging components such as the condensor and evaporator wrenching on their fittings (can I hear an "Amen" Farrar?).

Far more prudent, and cost/time effective, is to flush, vacuum, and recharge an existing system. If it holds freon, you have saved yourself money, effort, and potentially a real headache (can I hear an "Amen" Farrar?).

Bill Robertson

--- In dmcnews@xxxxxxxxxxxxxxx, "soma576" <lienan82@...> wrote:
> Bill, you got lucky with your hoses. Most everyone else experiences slow leaks. To say "anyone who tells you otherwise is wrong " is not good advice. The hoses are cheap, easy to put in, and will guarantee a leak free system. 
> Andy


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