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Old 16th July 2014, 13:08   #76
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1. Yes, surely the compressor lube oil would need replacement after 14 years.
2. My 1997 Esteem needed 2 cans of 350 GMs each; your M800 would obviously require less.
3. Aman has stocks of MO49+ ; plz give him a call.
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Thanks a lot Sir for all the assistance. Aman is one helpful chap. He has asked me to call tomorrow and he'll make the gas available through his contacts in Ranchi, or else he'll ship me by courier.

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Thanks again kamal sir.

I understand the risk involved, but like any other D.I.Y. person would learn a lot and then only jump to the real work.
I already do most of the work on my Home A.C's and have been handling it for few years now.


I checked and its R134a, and have purchased the following equipment
1). Manifold Guage
2). 134a Coupler to accept Gas line into car line
3). 1 can of Godrej R134a,
4). 1 Tap for attaching Can to the Manifold Guage.

as a true Team-Bhp fan, I would try this with proper precautions and take lots of pics and hopefully have a video done for the entire process.

Fingers crossed, and hoperfuly coming Sunday or the next one should have this task completed.
Will post details in a D.I.Y new topic once done.
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Thanks again kamal sir.

I understand the risk involved, but like any other D.I.Y. person would learn a lot and then only jump to the real work.
I already do most of the work on my Home A.C's and have been handling it for few years now.


I checked and its R134a, and have purchased the following equipment
1). Manifold Guage
2). 134a Coupler to accept Gas line into car line
3). 1 can of Godrej R134a,
4). 1 Tap for attaching Can to the Manifold Guage.

as a true Team-Bhp fan, I would try this with proper precautions and take lots of pics and hopefully have a video done for the entire process.

Fingers crossed, and hoperfuly coming Sunday or the next one should have this task completed.
Will post details in a D.I.Y new topic once done.
All the best, but do plz take care.
Would love to see pics!
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