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    NickD replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    Of course if evaporator temperature drops to 32*F may notice little or no air flow due to the evaporator being a solid cake of ice.
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    NickD replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    Guess it depends on whom is elected, my freezer is still using 4.75 ounces of R-12, it cools down to -11*F.
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    billr replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    R-134a is going away, same as R-12 did. The proper comparison is propane to R-1234yf, which is far more expensive and also flammable...
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    NickD replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    R-134a is 4 bucks for a 12 ounce can and two or three cans are the most you will need, so not sure why you are fooling around with...
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    My fully charged drill batteries are at least 16 volts DC, another is 20 volts, hooking positive to positive, negative to negative may...
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    I have heard of people using this hack and working. Can someone edycate me on what is meant by sulfation that can occur under 10 volts...
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    Thanks for all your guys inputs- i have had no success with these chargers and didnt know if it was because i wasnt allowing enough time...
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    billr replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    It is a vane compressor. Nickb2, you provided me an exploded view of it back in 2018. See it here, reply #104...
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    Yeah i kinda thought so. May kinda look like a cig lighter but its not
  • JackC
    JackC replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    Bill, remember I have 4 oz of PAG 46 if you want it.
  • nickb2
    nickb2 replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    from my limited understanding, mineral oil will hamper the efficiency. How much, I dont know, I am not an expert on this. But knowing...
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    nickb2 replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    I have not been one to open these types of comps, guessing it is not a piston type as you stated it does not have a sump. And plz...
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    nickb2 replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    this thread is fun as I learn along the way. I gives me a chance to learn new words such as miscible. I also didnt know that evaporators...
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    billr replied to the thread Propane for A/C.
    I think you are overlooking the need for the oil to be soluble in the refrigerant. I think pretty much any oil can work in any...
  • nickb2
    nickb2 replied to the thread Let's get this forum started...
    My father once told me, you always remember your first kiss like your first car. I kinda got that sideways, I went for kiss first and...
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