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 Posted: Wed Jul 19th, 2006 02:24 pm
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Most evaporator leaks are so small you would never find them with a soap bubble test. Yes, you probably had a piece of ice where the liguid refrigerant enters the evap but it has gone away if refrigerant was added. If the compressor is running , there should be frost all along the evaporator. When the compressor stops, the ice melts.

Which pan was full?



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