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post #39 of (permalink) Old Sep 5th, 19, 3:13 AM Thread Starter
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Re: r134a numbers with stock Condenser & replacement POA

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Originally Posted by DUTCH MAX HEADWORK View Post
Nice work Harry. It always cracks me up when someone says their 50 year old evaporator has never been cleaned but they are sure it's clean. I mean how dirty could it be? They are usually much dirtier than yours was.

Say good riddance to that POA eliminator. Hello cool consistent airflow. It's not cheap to be cool and being cool aint cheap.
Thanks. I was expecting my suitcase to be clean. I was shocked how dirty it was, especially since I replaced the blower motor on the other side a few years back and blew some air from my compressor into the other side of the suitcase. It cleaned nothing.... I was fighting an air cond. air flow speed issue back then, and went through all my ducts and bought a new fan motor---- I should have cleaned the other side of the suitcase...lol.

Harry
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