Replacing compressor copper pipe

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Old 03-29-17, 04:10 AM
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Replacing compressor copper pipe

I have a 2008 Goodman r22 heat pump. It does not have r22 in it anymore. Wanting to convert it to 407c and use it in my detached building. It is a workshop. In order to do this properly, i must remove the compressor to drain mineral oil out and install poe oil.
My question is, does anyone sell the copper sections that connect to the compressor? Since i have to cut them to get the compressor out, i would like to just replace them.
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Old 03-29-17, 04:34 AM
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No......"copper sections" are not sold.
Tradespeople make whatever pieces are required from refrigeration grade copper.

We do not support DIY refrigeration work in these forums.

There are certification requirements to do this work along with specialized tools and parts.
You need to get in touch with a qualified tech for this as there are refrigerant alternatives that do not require an oil change.
 
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