How do you add Freon to an air conditioner?


When running an air conditioner, it is necessary to keep checking the Freon level so the system does not wear out at a bad time. To add Freon to the conditioner, attach a hose to the system and Freon can, open the valve for a couple of seconds then tighten the hose connection again and close the valve.
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