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Old 13th October 2009, 12:19   #51
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soup water , best way to find leaks i say .
I have a special spray for that
But i can assume your option works as well
 
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do I need to remove the cover then of the flex ?
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i am sure it's a new leak if ithere is one, the unit worked without problems for years
So Leeghoofd broke it?

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Intelligent input darling, why not have another beer then ?
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what beer drinking ? talking silly stuff, or ripping my flex apart ?
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Old 25th October 2009, 09:15   #57
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did some finalizing on the unit, insulated the evap added mounting plate S1366 only .
I really used some ghetto stuff for this, inox plate and housing from a standard motor, placed the evap in it, a little PU mousse and done deal :-)
Getting idle around -58/-60 Working on load tester now . Already done some overkill testing with airheater wich produces 2000W or max 300c

Stil on R410a btw
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small update again,
Going to regas again today with R507 and loadtest it on 250W as well.
A waited a week before doing this and every day i tested the system with the R410A that was on it just to make sure it's leakfree.
 
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