Because it is too expensive to change and for the older generation it would be hard to convert from the system they are used to to the metric system.
Business considered it to be too expensive to change over at that time.
No, that would be too expensive. The new system will program it.
This would be due to the fact that the system has a leak, it must be found and repaired then the system will need to be evacuated and recharged.......
In the automotive industry freon is used in the air conditioning system. You need to take your vehicle to a shop if the system needs to be recharged.
The most expensive home audio system is the T.V.
Compressor lubricant is mixed in with the freon and will enter the system when it is recharged
See a specialist. System needs to be purged, leak checked & Recharged.....
The most likely reason is your AC system needs recharged.
Unfortunately, if the air conditioning system is factory original and has not been converted to use the new R-134a refrigerant, you cannot refill the system yourself. R-12 refrigerant is the old stuff, it must be charged by a professional and will be very expensive. They quit making it almost 15 years ago. Depending on your location is could cost upwards of $300 to get it recharged, and if the system is low then you probably have a leak somewhere so that might be $300 out the proverbial window. If you plan on keeping the van, I would suggest that you convert the system to R-134a. A local air conditioning shop can do this for you. I will cost more than just a refill of R-12, but in the long run, it will be much cheaper as the refrigerant is MUCH less expensive should a leak develop.
your ac motor has gone out. I f no air is coming out at all. If you have warm system needs to be recharged
the internal battery gets recharged whenever it gets connected to the gameboy system.
There is a short circuit somewhere in the electrical system.
You refrigeration system charge is low causing the low pressure switch to shut the compressor off and on. You will probably find you have a small leak somewhere in the system. Check for leaks around the front condenser coil and around the compressor for wet oily spots. Have the air conditioning system recharged, but if it is leaking, the problem will return.
A lead storage battery is recharged via a shocking sort of system. Pumping up the voltage in a lead storage battery by using something like a magnet held close to it as the direct current shoots through to it.
TRY THE AIRCONDITIONING BELT
There's a leak, somewhere in your hydraulic system.
Could use a little more info but in most cases the system has lost freon which means you have a leak. There is no reset. System needs to be tested, repaired and recharged.
It is normal for it to cycle on and off. If, however it is cycling on and off rapidly then your system has a leak and is low of refrigerant. Have the leak repaired and the system recharged by a professional.
There is little the common person can do these days to fix an AC system in a car. With all the environmental regulations, the system must be hooked up to a recovery system, and recharged only by those who have the qualifications (and license sometimes) to do such kind of work.
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The single most expensive component of a system built from separate components is generally the processor.
Sony has the most expensive home theater system but also carries lower priced systems.
HDMI cables do not need to be expensive and some of the most expensive can be purchased for huge discounts when on sale. If you do consider $20-35 expensive then you should also consider the whole 1080P system expensive, which it is when compared with the older 480i standard system and even the 720P / 1080i systems.
I had the same problem...until I had the coolant in the AC system recharged two years ago