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If by "air handler" you mean heater/air conditioner/cooler unit, then yes you have punctured your refrigerant line. The big and small pipes are the in and out circuits, the gas will only be cold if it is on the appropriate side of the cycle and if the compressor is running. This will be an expensive mistake. Your soldering job needs to be gastight, ...


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Sounds like it was refrigerant to me. Though you were a bit vague as to where the pipe was, and any other details that might help us help you. You'll have to contact an HVAC company to pressure test the lines, and recharge the system. Unless of course you have the tools and knowledge to do it yourself. After reading your update, it's clear that it was ...


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As it turns out, the box in the last picture is a safety measure which cuts the electricity when the panel door is removed. Turns out, there were a couple of screws on the outside that secure this box that were missing. Why? I did it (DOH!). I removed them a few days back when trying to open this panel door so that I can do the "G wire to C wire" switch for ...


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Just a couple of points to keep in mind... 1) Any exhaust fan is moving air out of the house...that means there is outside air coming INTO the house somewhere to make up for the lost air volume. Speaking only about temperature, this could be a good thing or bad depending on where most of that air is coming in. For instance, if it is getting sucked in from ...



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