Atmosphere in the system, symptoms?

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Atmosphere in the system, symptoms?
Just curious..... what exactly is your question ?
 
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What? Why wouldn't you discuss it it a diy site in the section about hvac do you have some moral obligation to not share information freely?
 
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What are the symptoms of air in the charge? When I release charge from system I get intermittent mix of air and poe oil. That's bad right?
 
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It is illegal to release refrigerant. Homeowners are unlikely to own recovery units and vacuum pumps.
 
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I'm aware of the legal ramifications. It's a question, not a lesson in morality. I can dooo whatever I want with refrigerant. The legal part is about consequences not actions. As are all "rules". So if you're done assuming what is "unlikely" kindly answer the question instead of bolstering that condescending attitude...
 
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Old 07-23-14, 10:13 AM
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Refrigerant charge questions are not allowed on this site. I will not answer questions about it since this is not allowed and I agree with this rule.
 
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I know air will get trapped in the condensor because its non condensable and as long as there is a liquid seal it will stay there. The old method was to bleed it off the condensor. I'm just using that as a quick test. I know how to use a recovery pump and recovery tank to collect the charge, cool the tank to ambient temp and then bleed the air off the top.
 
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Old 07-23-14, 10:28 AM
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I recommend calling a professinal contractor to service your unit. We do not offer assistance with refrigerant charging questions on this site.
 
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