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 Posted: Tue Nov 2nd, 2010 04:11 pm
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Compressor runs and fan on compressor runs  and sounds good. Your help is appreciated

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paykel190 wrote: not getting cold
neither Freezer nor Fridge ?

may need to have a look at the frost pattern of the Evaporator Coils

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Freezer is not cold and fridge is not cold felt the lines after 20 min hi side small copper line is warm to hot the low side bigger copper tube is a little cold further away from compressor.  There are three lines 2 on the right side and one crimp line on the left,  if I add freon I forget which line I add it too can it go in the tube on the left side that is crimp  or should I just fill on the rt side the bigger copper tube  Just like on a car ac system.  I was told don't ever fill on the high side. since there is no fill valve im going to use a peircing valve what size would I need? I can post pictures if that helps. Thank you

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RegUS_PatOff wrote: may need to have a look at the frost pattern of the Evaporator Coils

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