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Old 11-24-2012, 10:05 AM   #1
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Why R410a has to be charged with liquid to the system.

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Why R410a has to be charged with liquid to the system.
It's a blended refrigerant. If you charge with vapor, you will change it's temp/pressure characteristics.

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Isn't it also because it is a high pressure system?
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Isn't it also because it is a high pressure system?
No, the pressure has noting to do with it.
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