They left a schrader on the low side, and i don't know if they sweep charged then evacuated or if they just pulled vacuum and charged.
So i went and got gauges today and here are the results upon plugging in the unit it pulled -30 psi, I let it run for 10min and it changed to -20psi then i unplugged it from the wall and it went instantly to 10 psi then equalized at 0 psi. I know it should be between 0 and 5 psi on the low side.
so i think that means its low on freon or clogged. I will on Sunday or Monday have this at my place and be able to evacuate it and pull vacuum and check for leaks.
Also i noticed they didn't properly mount the compressor and rather only installed one grommet to the compressor and its just sitting on the other 3 without installing the hold downs...... go figure
I will sort that b4 i toss it on the truck.
P.S. if we need hi side readings i can braze on a self tapping schrader port when i acquire one.