Just an explanation of how to install or change out suction and liquid core dryers .
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20 thoughts on “Refrigeration Life # 23 . How To Install/ Change Out Core Dryers

  1. Larry Proffitt says:

    Couple questions. If you recover the Freon do you use fresh? What would that take 2 days maybe three ( I assume recovery, quick pressure test and vacuum)? And pros and cons on installing ball valves for quick changeout, seems like ball valves would be a auto. Thanks.

  2. MystifierMan says:

    Nice video. Just want to throw out a recommendation for someone new to these. I'd recommend putting the lid back with a wrench/ratchet with even turns versus an impact. Sure it takes longer, and you may do a few in a row right. But there's a chance of getting caught with a snapped/weakened bolt, or a leak and have to pump it down all over again. A little oil from the system on a dry gasket helps it seat flat. Less chance of it moving on you and leaking. Thanks for posting video.

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