Nov 21, 2019

Put Freon in a Refrigerator

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Adding Freon to a refrigerator is a tough task. If you add too much Freon, use the wrong kind of Freon, or don’t accurately install the bullet-piercing valve, you’ll risk damaging your refrigerator permanently. Freon is also toxic and can cause a variety of health problems if you ingest it. You should only add Freon yourself if you don’t want to contact a repair company and are confident in handling a fridge. To start, identify why you fridge isn’t working properly. Check the vents on the back and inside of your freezer, and see if you need to defrost any frozen coils. Fix any leaking pipes by replacing or soldering them. Then, install a bullet-piercing valve and check the Freon by using a specialized gauge before adding the Freon.  
 
Adding Freon to a refrigerator is a tough task. If you add too much Freon, use the wrong kind of Freon, or don’t accurately install the bullet-piercing valve, you’ll risk damaging your refrigerator permanently. Freon is also toxic and can cause a variety of health problems if you ingest it. You should only add Freon yourself if you don’t want to contact a repair company and are confident in handling a fridge. To start, identify why you fridge isn’t working properly. Check the vents on the back and inside of your freezer, and see if you need to defrost any frozen coils. Fix any leaking pipes by replacing or soldering them. Then, install a bullet-piercing valve and check the Freon by using a specialized gauge before adding the Freon.  
[[Category:Refrigerators and Freezers]]
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==Steps==
 
==Steps==
 
===Identifying the Problem===
 
===Identifying the Problem===


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