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Old 07-11-2019, 01:01 PM
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AC High 0 After Replacing Compressor

I replaced my AC compressor. Put in 18 oz of R-134. The Low side is now reading 40 and the High side is 0. The compressor cycles on & off properly and the fan runs. I even tried a second manifold set. Can the compressor be bad out of the box? Could the expansion valve be stuck? Any help would be appreciated.
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did you add the oil/empty out oil to the right amount?
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