Charging R-410A Refrigerant: Step By Step Process of Adding Refrigerant in Real-Time!
This is a Step by Step Process (In Real-time) of Adding R-410A Refrigerant into a System that is a little Undercharged! We use the Subcooling Process to show you how far the Charge is off and Exactly what we need to do to Add Refrigerant and How to Verify that we have the Correct Charge once we are complete.
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28 thoughts on “Charging R-410A Refrigerant: Step By Step Process of Adding Refrigerant in Real Time!

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  2. bighairynuts4u says:

    just ordered my gauges and freon. Was charged $195 for a recharge and im not sure how much freon he added he claims 2lbs, did it without a scale, but your at their mercy and so you eat crow. Ordered a 25lb tank $108 ordered manifold gauges $50 had a voltmeter that reads temps so im good to go for the next 10 years as long as the hardware doesnt break down. Thanks for your in depth explaination, it'll save me hundreds if not thousands in the future

  3. THOMAS T says:

    I love your video. Do you turn on your air conditioner ? why some video turn on air conditioner. Is it necessary to turn air conditioner ON when charging refrigerant. Thank you for your answers.

  4. Sergio melapelas says:

    U the man bro i have a couple of a/c condensers with low charge summer is coming now i know what to do . i saw other vide saying that it doesn't need to be in the ten degrees . if u hit 8 degrees ur good is that true ?

  5. HowtoDoit says:

    Thank you great video. The problem I ran in today was really weird. The unit had low on gas and was freezing ice. After melting all ice I started adding refrigerant. My pressure increased. I charged till about 125psi on suction line and ~300psi on liquid line. My temperature on liquid line remained high. About 96deg on high side gage and 94deg on liquid line temp. That’s just 2deg subcooling. My outside temp was around 81deg. Even adding refrigerant don’t help increasing the subcooling. This is odd. It should be simple but in this unit the liquid line temp increasing with the charge. What is wrong. It’s a 10yr old system Rheem 410a. I don’t see subcooling data anywhere on the unit. Please help.

  6. Raident says:

    Thank you a lot for making this. I don't know why I was not getting it but now I do. I was just overthinking it like I literally do everything else lol

    Also, I am buying that metering device right now! I have not seen anyone use one of those.

  7. Jose Ramirez says:

    One ? Can u do the same sh or SC on a package unit all ur videos r done on split and of course somebody said only split units dont belive but pls get me out of this confusion

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