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Had new compressor,accumalator,charged. worked 30 minutes.
next time would not

(1995 Chevrolet 1500 Pickup)
in Walnut Ridge, AR on May 14, 2012
then stoped cooling all together. any suggestions?
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Is the compressor still working? I see you have a new compressor, why did the old one fail? If the system was not cleaned out/flushed, you can cause a new compressor to fail in a short time. Otherwise the new charge probably leaked out. I would have a shop check for leaks using dye/goggles and a R134a 'sniffer'. Could be leaking from the hoses, condenser, evaporator, service ports, or any of the connections from the recent repair.
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