can you retrofit a home air conditioner that uses freon to use 134a refrigerant?

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    January 26, 2011

    johntindale @ 8:48 pm #

    no, but there are other (low) CFC types of refrigerant that you can use to replace R22. There is a product called hot shot that you can use, and another one called R22A.

    both of these are less harmful to the environment than R22.

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