Illegal Repair.

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Illegal Repair.

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No matter how many times and how many different ways one asks. I won't tell someone the procedure to do an illegal repair. :shock:
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Re: Illegal Repair.

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I'm curious, what are people asking you how to do? If it is something that someone here might say how to do (intentionally or accidentally) in a post, please don't say.
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Re: Illegal Repair.

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Nothing from here.

Just someone looking to bypass switches, mix refrigerant and so on.
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Re: Illegal Repair.

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So along with illegal, stupid? Sounds about right.
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Re: Illegal Repair.

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The reason not to mix refrigerants is not just that it's illegal, but that it is bad science. R-134a with some R-12 mixed in it is actually harder to condense than pure 134a. So you would be better off to remove all the old refrigerant first.
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