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Old 06-18-2013, 02:13 PM
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Take it to an A/C Specialist. Since you left the lines open, you have so much crud in there and may have to replace them all. They may be able to flush contaminates out with special solvents they only are able to get.

I want to make it clear that you do have dirt in your system and you can no longer service it without professional help.

If you taped up the ends i would say you would be able to put a new drier and expansion vavle on, and evacuate for a good 3 hours. I would stay away from consumer flushing products as they tend to destroy then help.
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