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Old 08-03-2016, 06:48 PM   #1 (permalink)
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I've had the system pumped in with fluid early winter last year at the cost of 155,- because it didn't work. In June I found out the climate control is back to zero whereas performance is concerned. Is there a way to check the fluid level and has any one (even a slight) idea why the darn thing isn't working?
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Your automotive terminology is a bit off, but I presume that you are referring to refrigerant?

If so, it appears that you have a system leak to sort out by a qualified Air Conditioning Technician.
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I drive cars. That's where my knowledge ends sort of. I'm a male nurse at a mental hospital, closed ward intake). That should explain all.
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I applaud your tough vocational interests.

Separately, it's time for a professional (Automotive) consultation.
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