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Old 05-13-20, 12:49 PM   #1
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Default Inficon 714-202-G1 Vortex Dual Refrigerant Recovery Machine

One of my mini splits is low on freon. Yesterday a bought a 50 pound recovery cylinder for $15.
I was trading a bin storage rack for an 80 cf nitrogen cylinder and he had some HVAC stuff for sale.

I only had $15 on me so he said that was good enough for the tank.

Today I found a Vortex Dual Refrigerant Recovery Machine that is a 2019 model he used once to take out r22 from his old system. They put in 410a system.


He is even shipping it in the original box.


I got it for $300 shipped. I bought it on mercari so I had to pay tax $321 total.
Slowly but surely I am getting outfitted for HVAC work.


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