i dont use it at all. it can plug up an a/c recycling machine. to find a leak, stop buy any autoparts store and get a u/v leak detector kit. it will have a 4 ounce can of dye shots, a pair of yellow saftey glasses and a pen type u/v flashlight. charge the system and then add a 3 second dye shot to the system. run it for a few days, then use the u/v light and glasses to locate the leak. the dye will show the leak right away. the kit is about 30 dollars.
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