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Getting my aircon gas removed on Friday so i can replace my compressor, condensor and dryer due to the compressor letting go, so I presume I'll get the book symbol up.
After I install all the replacement parts and get it regassed, will the book symbol go out of it's own accord?
Been scrolling thru' shed loads of posts on the aircon topics and can't get a definitive answer.
Thanks in advance.
 

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Short but sweet, but confirms what I thought :thumb:
 

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Further info on having my aircon drained.
Garage drained the aircon down this morning and got 100g of fluid out :shock:
How come I didn't get the book symbol??
Anyway, got a new condenser, compressor, receiver dryer and trinary switch. Worried now that I should've got a pressure switch if I'm not getting a book symbol with such a small amount of fluid in.
 

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When my condenser 'blew' I lost all the gas - no book symbol appeared at all. Nothing to worry about.
 

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My AC is empty at the moment and there is no book warning. Got a new compressor to go on and a gas next week.
 
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