Image Source : File Photo By taking care of some simple things, you can find out whether the gas is over in the AC or not.
How to check AC Gas Level: It is scorching hot in most parts of North India. There is no better way to beat the heat than an AC. Meanwhile, before starting AC in the season, people are also getting it serviced. Many times on calling the mechanic for service, the mechanic tells you that the AC gas is over and you are charged a good amount for refilling it. But the biggest thing is that how will you know that the gas in AC (ways to check gas in ac by yourself) is over?
Let us tell you that the name of the gas used in the AC installed in the house is R22. The formula of this gas is CHCLF2. R22 is widely used for refrigerant. It is also called freon. Many times mechanics also lie to earn more money that the AC has run out of gas and you may have to spend more money. Let us tell you that before calling the mechanic, how will you check whether the AC has gas or not?
How to know whether there is gas in AC or not
The easiest way to find out that the gas is low in AC is to check its cooling. If cooling is not happening in the AC, then it may be that the gas has reduced or it has run out. Many times gas leaks in the AC and when this happens the sound of bubbling starts coming in the AC. The job of AC is to reduce the humidity of the room, but when the AC does not provide proper cooling, it cannot reduce the humidity in the room. This happens due to less cooling gas. You can also detect the reduction of gas or the end of gas from the compressor installed in the AC. The compressor keeps turning on and off according to the temperature of the room, but if you feel that the compressor is turning on and off much later than before, then you can understand that the AC is out of gas.
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