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WARNING

Danger from refrigerant escaping under pressure! Freezing of skin and other body parts.

  • If when loosening the G805 refrigerant escapes for more than 1 second from the coolant line, the G805 must be retightened. The non-return valve in the refrigerant line is defective and must be replaced.
  • Evacuate the refrigerant and then open the refrigerant circuit immediately.
  • If more than 10 minutes have elapsed since evacuation and the coolant circuit has not been opened, evacuate the refrigerant again. Pressure builds up in the coolant circuit as a result of secondary evaporation.

Removal:

  • Detach the electrical connector -2-.
  • Screw out the pressure sender -1-.

Installing

Install in reverse order of removal; note the following.

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