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Mystery recovery tank

Discussion in 'Tools and Test Equip' started by Anita sannich, Jul 22, 2017.

  1. Catpower

    Catpower The Crowd Pleaser

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    We did that one night when some buddies were over partying, but I only shot one full one of 22, it pretty much just laid there and spewed until it got cold enough to barely spew, one of my buds thought wow I will really make cold beer and dumped it on his cooler full of long neck, busted every beer bottle
     
  2. Anita sannich

    Anita sannich Exceptionally average

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    Usually I would just send it in, but its property of the building since it was supposedly recovered from all sorts of units on site: R22, 134, 410. I fixed a leak on one of their R22 units, and now some micromanager is bitching about the price of 22 and that he shouldnt have to buy new stuff.
     
  3. Anita sannich

    Anita sannich Exceptionally average

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    Not going to throw another tech under the bus, but don't want to steal from the company I work for either.
     
  4. Mike1965

    Mike1965 New Member

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    I always go by what the txv says. Does not work if the label is missing or the dats plate is gone. Then it is compressor numbers. Still a crap shoot.