Use a fixed orifice charging chart like the one pictured below to obtain proper superheat. For Example, if the wet bulb temp reading is 68°F and the outdoor dry bulb temp reading is 90°F then the required superheat will be 14°F, according to the charging chart below. Superheat with a TXV. HVAC systems containing a TXV should be charged by subcool.
A low charge will give a high Superheat. An overcharge will give a low Superheat along with a higher compression ratio. The charging chart associated with the system should indicate the amounts of Superheat designed for the system. Table 1 is a standard Superheat chart. Use bottom scroll or swipe left to view the whole chart on smaller screens.
I fixed the problem of loud engine fan+ transmission slip+ high idle RPM~850rpm in the summer when AC is on in my 2000 expedition while temp gauge is right at the middle. I found a coolant leak, so I replaced with a heavy duty radiator. I also replace the fan clutch with original motocraft part, $90.00, and a good quality serpentine belt.
The fixed-orifice and capillary-tube type HFC-410a systems will work just fine in apartments as long as the system is installed, maintained and serviced properly. ** It really just depends on the manufacturer as to which design models will use what type of devices and how much money you are willing to spend for better equipment.
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So I had a hole in my AC condenser. Anyways the truck is new to me and I didn't know if there was a leak or ?? but I ended up having to charge the system, did the vacuum then charge of the system I was using the temperature charts, and weight of R134a that I was using. Well to get the weight...