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Old 07-30-2010, 11:35 PM   #1
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can a unit be evacuated after its been pumped down, when all of the refrigerant is in the condensor??

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can a unit be evacuated after its been pumped down, when all of the refrigerant is in the condensor??
The line set and the evap coil can be. But not the condenser of course.

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pull a short evac check to make shure youir valves are holding then pull a deep vac question if the sys been under pressure why the evac?
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YES it can
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