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mjrgonorrhea

Member Since 26 Dec 2013
Offline Last Active Dec 29 2013 07:17 PM

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In Topic: Sub Zero 690/F Fridge is not cooling

26 December 2013 - 08:35 PM

About the equipment. I believe I only need a set of AC gauges, a vacuum pump, and a torch. The evaporator is about $130, the filter/dryer is another $30, and I haven't looked into a compressor, but it shouldn't be much more than $100.

I've never handled a refrigerent before, but I don't imagine it to be difficult. Using a torch is basically like soldering.

I heard an evaporator job is around $600-700. If they do everything else, it will probably be a grand. So I feel like doing it myself should save me money.

In Topic: Sub Zero 690/F Fridge is not cooling

26 December 2013 - 02:41 AM

Can't figure out how to edit my original post, so here is the service tag.

 

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