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smak4978

Motorvac FX3030 AC machine

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Looking for any feedback out there on this machine. New to market, does both R134a & R1234yf. I can't find any reviews or local shops in my area that has one. Supposed to be the only machine on the market to do both. Anyone know anything about it other than what can be read on the internet? Thanks!

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