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Old 02-03-2009, 02:02 PM   #1
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Is an inline filter/drier enough for recycling?


Should this inline filter http://www.hvactool.com/catalog.php3...&fsearch=95014 be enough to recycle if I intend to use the recovered R-410A on the same system?

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Is an inline filter/drier enough for recycling?


No. This filter is for after the system has been flushed and will probly need to be replaced again depending on how bad the burn was. Use virgin 410 There is no reason to risk damage again. Make sure you find out why the burn out happened in the 1st place or it can happen again.

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