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A/C Tune-Up

Southern California Edison defines the A/C tune up as the following:

  1. Test refrigerant charge
  2. Clean the condenser coil
  3. Changing filters

With the summer heat soaring, my electricity bill is reaching for the sky as well. Performing a tune up will probably help a little bit. But to get the maximum payback, I'm wondering how difficult it is to do-it-myself. The last two sound easy enough. But how would you test the refrigerant charge?

Chieh Cheng
Sat, 08 Sep 2007 00:26:38 +0000

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