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    Question How to check leakage?



    Leakage in inner body for chest freezer is hard to detect. any suggestion or easy way to check leakage in evaporator, accumulator or condenser?



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    Re: How to check leakage?

    any one want to help solve my proble?

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    Re: How to check leakage?

    Quote Originally Posted by syaful View Post
    any one want to help solve my proble?
    Be patient, 3 min of waiting and immediate sniveling is pretty much childish for someone with your age.
    Call your helpline for fast service.
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    Re: How to check leakage?

    Be more patient, this is not a telephone help line forum.

    The only way that I know of is to destroy the chest to gain access to the coils then pressure test with nitrogen.
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    Re: How to check leakage?

    Recommend change new air-cond.

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    Re: How to check leakage?

    seal off condensing section and pressure test it ,then pressure test evaporator section easy

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    Re: How to check leakage?

    Normaly they leak in the bottom of the box due to corrosion on the pipes. Remove the bottom insulation and pressurise the unit and check. 99% of the time it is not viable to repair them. It will work out cheaper in the long run to just buy a new one.

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