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So, how do I know what refrigeration operating pressure would run say, 3 degrees, the temperature you want in a fridge, so I can look at a chart and know what pressure and temperature the compound gauge should read to accomplish 3 degrees, and what the superheat should look like? I'd like to put my reading pressures/temperatures of the gases I'm working with, which are R404A and R134A, to the test. Is that the way I'm supposed to use the pressure chart?
 
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