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#1. According to the EPA, an appliance qualifies as “small appliance” if it is manufactured, charged and hermetically sealed at the factory with less than ___ pounds of refrigerant.
#2. Recovery equipment manufactured before November 15, 1993 must be capable of recovering ______ of the refrigerant:
#3. Recovery equipment manufactured AFTER November 15, 1993 must be capable of recovering ______ of the refrigerant, if the compressor is operating:
#4. Recovery equipment manufactured AFTER November 15, 1993 must be capable of recovering ______ of the refrigerant, if the compressor is not operating
#5. Checking the ______ inside the recovery tank allows you to check for air or non-condensables can be done by checking which of the following inside the recovery tank:
#6. System dependent devices can be used to recover refrigerants from devices with less than ___ pounds of refrigerant.
#7. The units used in trailers should not be recovered using current recovery systems because
#8. Units manufactured before 1950 should not be recovered using current equipment because
#9. Why is it important to obtain an accurate pressure reading of refrigerant inside a recovery cylinder?
#10. Non-condensables in a refrigeration system results in
#11. Which of the following techniques are effective when trying to recover refrigerant into a non-pressurized container from a refrigerator with an inoperative compressor?
#12. After installing and opening a piercing access valve, it must be ensured that the system pressure is greater than _______ before beginning the recovery procedure.
#13. When recovering refrigerant from small appliances with inoperative compressors, the recovering unit must be connected to
#14. When using a system dependant recovery device with an operating compressor, _____
#15. After the recovery is complete, it is important to remove solderless piercing valves because
#16. Technicians that handle refrigerant during service, maintenance, or repair of small appliances must have:
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