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  1. #1
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    Testo Digital Manifold 557 for sale.

    I hope this is ok to do, and it's in the right spot if it is.

    I would like to sell my testo 557 that I have for a year now, I only used twice and rather put the money towards something I will use more often.

    I don't like having to blow out the gauges each time I come across different refrigerant, or make sure it's on the correct setting, or if you have enough batteries to do the job accurately so I will sell the testos with everything that came with it originally (no hoses came with it comes with a new one).

    This is where I bought it, and this is what comes with it. http://www.johnstonesupply.com/store...ep?pID=H85-610

    I am in metro atlanta area, $350.00.
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  2. #2
    Well, you have to purge out your hoses on analogs too.

    Are you going back to analogs? And what will you do to take SC and SH reading?

    I am just surprised. That is a decent set.

  3. #3
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    Quote Originally Posted by NY2GA01 View Post
    I hope this is ok to do, and it's in the right spot if it is.

    I would like to sell my testo 557 that I have for a year now, I only used twice and rather put the money towards something I will use more often.

    I don't like having to blow out the gauges each time I come across different refrigerant, or make sure it's on the correct setting, or if you have enough batteries to do the job accurately so I will sell the testos with everything that came with it originally (no hoses came with it comes with a new one).

    This is where I bought it, and this is what comes with it. http://www.johnstonesupply.com/store...ep?pID=H85-610

    I am in metro atlanta area, $350.00.
    So in a years time you have only installed or serviced two pieces of equipment that uses refrigerant?

    That is a good instrument if used properly. I would encourage you to keep it unless you do not work on equipment that requires refrigerant.

    You can move your post to the sales section near the bottom of the directory where it will be seen. This is the electrical section.

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