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Old 07-10-2009, 09:43 PM   #1
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My A/C high pressure cutout switch broke in half when I tried to unplug the wire. Is this something I can replace myself or does the system need to be evacuated? Thanks.
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There is a refrigerant switch that is mounted in the line and will more than likely have a schraeder valve in the line so that when the switch is removed, you will not lose all of the refrigerant.

But to be safe you should have it evacuated first.
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