Explaining how when there is a coil leak or a line set leak
this could save the consumer and the technician both time and money, using this when there is a copper line set leak. under ground refrigerant leak start by hooking up high side hose first
then hook up service which is service hose. always purge hoses.
once gauges are installed turn heat pump on. the process will take about one minute. once easy seal is installed leave air conditioning system running for one hour at least.
There are many Air Conditioning and Heat Pump brands in the market but one common component is the compressor. Most use the Copeland Compressor which usually has 3 terminals, L1, L2 which are your line power coming in line side load, and T1, T2 which are your load or power going out to your outdoor blower motor. Rheem, Goodman, Trane, Carrier, Lennox, Tempstar and most other off brand units all use the same style of compressor which makes wiring easier to understand across different manufactures. It is important to take a picture of your wiring before performing any work, this will help you understand where the wires are supposed to be reconnected correctly. It is also important to remember that most capacitors are very similar with the same terminals, which usually include Common, Herm and Fan.