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the old man needs a hand

Hey wet heads and my ac buddies need a little help. I got called in to help finish a job,,before i get started I just want to say happy fathers day to all you dads out there. I am working on a 20 ton split ac unit. New indoor coil,  new tx valve and new liquid line pump down valve. I just need to find out how much refrigerant is required for a 65 foot lineset/ suction line 2 5/8 liquid line 1 1/8. I have loaned out my old ref manual with all my charts in it.

peace be with you

David broome


  • RJRJ Posts: 421Member ✭✭

    Look up refrig. line carrying capacity on yahoo, they have numerous sites,  Mquay and Parker/Sporlan have a good PDF.
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