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post #9 of Old 05-28-2008 Thread Starter
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I think its got a mind of its own, it seemed to fix itself, or at least close to what it is supposed to do...fiqure that out????

It still isn't freezing as quickly as it had, normally it would freeze in about 60-70 minutes, and just needed a 30 minute recharge each day.

What do you think about removing the coil and looking at it. If I do that I would need to change the filter and recharge the system???

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Shawn

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1982 Tartan 37C

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