I'll do this by paragraphs of your post .
No , I did not recover the entire charge . I just reduced it from 227 H/S in the previous testing stage to about 195 psi ( went to far) . Then added back to get to 205 H/S . I really was less concerned about H/S at this point as getting out of a vacuum . I am not implying that any type of recovery has removed a restriction . Just giving the testing parameters and then the results .
Yes , adding charge at this point (no load) will not bring the unit out of a vacuum or should i say in the positive vacuum (+1) . If I add more charge to get above 0 psi L/S the unit will sludge . Ya, it could be from the condenser warm air or even heat from compressor since the line is uninsulated . Compressor temps are very low for this application . I would have expected much higher . Lack of S/H ? The P/t chart starts @ 0.9 psi dew on the low side . So would I not at least have to be above that to measure S/H ?
Yes, you are correct ..... I pulled all vacs from the high side except the last one prior to charging . Now u know why I asked about the micron gauge set up in previous post . I knew I was doing it wrong and wanted to correct my actions .
Can you tell me what the data testing in my previous post points
to as issues ? I need to understand ..... I'm close but not quite getting it
Ware exactly do I go from hear ? The unit has been sitting since my last post .
Start her up and see ? Try to add more charge ? Load her up with a 100watts after balanced and test ? How much psi is 4" ?
I check mail 50 time a day hear at home ..... nothing !
Thanks a lot for helping with the 1000 questions
Hangin in .... -FlockoEdited by flocko - 8/10/11 at 11:35pm