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Old 07-15-2018, 06:09 PM   #15
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I just charged my 2002 DP a couple of months ago. Nothing to it.
Grab one of the kits from the auto parts store that comes with a gauge, plus another can of refrigerant only. The directions are simple and you only fill from the low side (never even touch the high side) and you're done.
The hose will only snap onto the low side
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Old 07-16-2018, 08:07 AM   #16
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The hose will only snap onto the low side
Exactly. Idiot proof for people like me who donít know crap about HVAC systems. Lol
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Exactly. Idiot proof for people like me who donít know crap about HVAC systems. Lol

X2 me either
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X2 me either
Now you are discovering what us AC guys knew for years was the best kept secret in Air Conditioning. Its not that difficult. haha
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