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Lee wrote at 2013-06-19 19:55:46
Classic case of C.Y.A. He's telling you that you can do it without LEGALLY telling you that you can do it.  And thanks cause I want to do the same thing.

James wrote at 2016-04-29 17:02:13
I am HVAC certified and I would strongly advise against using the R134A that you find in the auto parts store as it contains added oils specifically designed for autos. These oils can damage residential and commercial refrigeration units

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Adam Shive


Feel free to ask me anything. I'll do my best to give you a clear, friendly response. I have a good general knowledge of most heating systems. I am an oil burner expert. I'm certified by the Beckett Oil Burner Co. I've taken oil heating courses. I also have experience with industrial vacuum and heat treating furnaces. I don't have great experience with a/c and refigeration so I may kindly reject questions of that nature. There's really no such thing as a stupid question. My answers possibly, but questions- no.


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