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Post by Tenesmus » Sat Jun 11, 2011 10:04 pm


Mobile aircon chap (George) came to my workplace and carried out a variety of tests including a sniffer device that finds tiny leaks, diagnosed a bad pipe and told me a lot about air conditioning. I had no idea there was sight glass on top the dryer... anyway that was £45 for the callout.

Came to my house today, fitted the secondhand pipe I supplied, tested for pressure, did a vacuum that helps remove moisture and regassed (£40 labour and £70 for regas). He showed me how you can tell from the sight glass if the gas is low. When it was up and running he noticed the revs fluctuating when the compressor was kicking in and out so it nearly stalled, I told him it seems to do that so he speculated on a grubby throttle body and cleaned it out which did the trick. And no charge for that.

He does auto electrical as well so I'm going to get him to fit my facelift seats.[/url]
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Post by Richard Moss » Sun Jun 12, 2011 5:12 am

It's always good to find a reliable professional who gives good service.
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Post by SJG » Sun Jun 12, 2011 6:38 am

He sorted out the air con on my old mk 1 Sterling - G646 HOX some years ago. Nice chap and knowledgeable. He had just started out then, glad to see he its still doing ok.
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