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Old 11-08-2004, 06:02 PM   #1
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Default Freon EveRYwHeRE!!! Help

so i have a good idea this morning.. i need a way to get compressed air into my 10 gALLon air susspension tank.. i looked online and someone said i can use n old ac compressor.. so i decided to use mine.. i dont use ac anyway..so i thought i would empty my freon out so i und bolted a freon line and it didnt drip out like i sexpected.. it basicly sprayed everywhare.. my face , eyes, nose, mouth ,.. the entire top half of my body was drenched in freon.. but i got the job done.. but now everything burns and i cant see very well.. does anyone know anything about freon that may help..???


btw it works really good for pumping up my air bags..
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Go to a Hospital.
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Go to a Hospital.
Most definately.
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I hate reading worthless crap from 12 year olds that dont know how to handle dangerous materials.

Go to hospital
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You probably also started to fry the AC system as well with no oil in the compressor.
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Something noone else has brought up (because it'* common knowledge to most of us)... Freon is a GAS!! Gasses don't drip, unless maybe if you're in the Antarctic...

In the future, before you start hacking at hoses or breaking stuff ope, you'll do a bit more research. I, for one, don't wanna see the post "I read somewhere that you only need one kidney to live. I can stand to lose a couple of pounds, so I went to the kitchen..."
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Killer, if you continue to post using your friend'* login, he will be banned as well. Please do not post on this forum again.
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