Amana Bottom Mount Refrigerators Charging

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To charge system:
1. Close valves “A” to vacuum pump and “C” to vacuum gauge and “E” to low side manifold gauge.

2. Set scale on dial-a-charge cylinder for corresponding HFC134a pressure reading.

3. Open valve “F” to charging cylinder and let exact amount of refrigerant flow from cylinder into system. Close valve. Low side gauge pressure should rise shortly after opening charging cylinder valve as system pressure equalizes through capillary tube. If pressure does not equalize, a restriction typically exists at capillary/drier braze joint.

4. If pressure equalizes, open valve “E” to low side manifold gauge and pinch off high side drier process tube.

5. Start compressor and draw remaining refrigerant from charging hoses and manifold into compressor through compressor process tube.

6. To check high side pinch-off drier process tube. Close valve “D” to high side gauge. If high side pressure rises, repeat high side pinch-off and open valve “D”. Repeat until high side pinch-off does not leak.

7. Pinch-off compressor process tube and remove charging hose. Braze stub closed while compressor is operating.

8. Disconnect power. Remove charging hose and braze high side drier process tube closed.

9. Recheck for refrigerant leaks.

Refrigerant Charge
Refrigerant charge in all capillary tube systems is critical and exact amount is required for proper performance. Factory charges are shown on serial plate.

Amana Bottom Mount Refrigerators Evacuation Amana Bottom Mount Refrigerators Charging

Models :

ABB1921DE*
ABB1924DE*
ABB1927DE*
ABB192ZDE*
ABB2224DE*
ABB2227DE*
ABB222ZDE*
ABB2524DE*
ABB2527DE*
ABC2037DPS
ABC2037DT*
ABD2233DE*
ABD2533DE*
ABR2224DE*
ABR2227DE*
ABR222ZDE*
AFD2535DE*

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