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Old 01-18-20, 04:10 PM   #7
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Ok so the refrigerant temperature and pressure will follow the heat exchanger temperatures. Obviously you don't have enough indoor heat exchanger or heat store or both. Adding more charge to try to get over the top never ends well. Something goes pop or trips on overload. Don't let out the magic smoke, it happens inside the plumbing. Unless it pops.
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