"Pszemol" <[email protected]
> wrote in message
> So, since my compressor did not seize my system does not need
> flushing, right ?
> And yes, I have a set of gauges and I have access to a vacuum pump.
> Why wouldn't you buy a used compressor ?
> Can you answer to my original question about the amount of oil ?[/color]
You can get essentially all the lubricant out of the compressor by draining
properly, and start off with a fresh charge. You can't conveniently guess
estimate how much lubricant is left in a system especially if there has been
I just had my Reatta converted from R12 to R134a because (1) R12 is too hard
access around here and (2) because I had a leak and needed to replace the
for that reason. Decided to start afresh.
The local mechanic flushed the system (because you have to do so when
refrigerant types and therefore lubricant types) and found it full of 'black
If you dont do AC jobs correctly from the start, you are likely to lose a
good deal of
money and be irritated at the result.
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