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Old 01-23-2022, 05:57 PM   #1
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A/C leaking

I have a 2003 HR Neptune DP. The freon is leaking out somewhere. I have used the ultraviolet light method to find but no luck. Anyone have a similar problem and success? Thanks
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Look for a wet spot, oily dirty area. That's were it is. Look for damaged lines that may of rubbed against something. Soapy mixture will show leak.
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If you are not familiar with repairing refrigerant leaks, it will be too costly to repair a 19-year-old A/C unit. Your money will be better spent on a new unit.

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Which a/c unit is leaking, dash or roof air.
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