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I was thinking, whether anyone has tried one of those electronic helium leak detectors commonly used to check leaks on air conditioners to detect leaks on EAS.

With it, I imagine that it would be able to pinpoint the leak, and if the gadget is one of the higher-end ones, shows you how much you're leaking. Only issue is that you have to fill the system w/ helium....

Other option is to fill the system w/ liquid that reacts to UV light, though I don't like the idea of leaving some chemical in the system.
 

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LEGACY VENDOR
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I do have a client that works in air conditionner maintenance and who tested his system that way.
I don't know how exactly.
 

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Dawn dish soap and water + $1 spray bottle = leak detector..... :think:

Martin
 
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