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It would seem to me a leak in evaporator or low pressure side, and low freon charge results in a

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It would seem to me a leak in evaporator or low pressure side, and low freon charge results in a few inches of vacuum when running, would pull air into system. a sort of self destructive behavior, is this true?

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That is correct, once the suction side goes below atmospheric pressure, it will suck in non-compressables that will damage a modern R134A compressor.
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