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Old 03-18-2019, 02:08 PM   #1
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Default What type of freon for a 1990 229L Hi-Lo

A/C runs very cold and then will cycle off for a period of time and then cycle back on. The camper stays comfortable and am wondering if this is normal for a 110 volt A/C unit ??? Still would like to know what type of freon that the original 1990 A/C unit took or still takes.
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I'm betting on "12"
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I'm betting on "12"
Sorry you loose, most all A/C's prior to 2000 would be R22, but better check the model tag. The cycling off and on is normal, if the room temp is comfortable, you are in good shape.
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You are correct when we are talking about residential and commercial A/C units.

However in my limited experience the RV units that I have seen were more closely related to a "window unit". And on those, the early ones were R12 and they later changed to R134, just like a refrigerator.
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