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Old 08-02-2018, 02:52 PM   #1
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Condenser change


Hello all,
New to this forum but longtime member over at Automotive A/C forum.
Have a residential condenser unit with a bad coil and want to run my thinking past the folks that work in the field every day.
Failed unit is a Carrier 1.5 ton R-22 cool only. I installed this exactly 9 years and 9 months ago today.
I found a Bryant R-22 H/P 1.5 ton model # 223RNA018000 new old stock still in crate.
My thinking is Bryant is Carrier.
Wire "O" & "Y" together to energize reversing valve on call for cooling.
Remove the piston from the liquid line service valve.
Add dryer at evaporator unit.
Pressure test.
Evacuate.
Charge it and go.
Your comments / inputs appreciated.

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