Finally it's warm in The Netherlands. I discover the aircon of my Xant
I went to a few service points and all told me, make an appointment,
it takes at least half an hour to refill.
From a discussion here I was under the impression that a refill takes
about ten minutes.
Naturally my thought was that the service points were after my hard
earned money, not to provide service.
Last Tuesday I went to my normal maintenance chap. A Citroen expert,
not a dealer but a good expert when it comes to hydraulics and
spheres. The Xant also sits down a bit too fast so there must be
something wrong somewhere.
The chap told me the same as the other ones, it takes half an hour for
an arcon refill.
We had a small discussion (10 minutes, no half an hour etc) and he
When they do a refill they are forced to keep an administration for
each refill. Now if there is a leak somewhere I would come back for
Some environmental-investigation-over-paid-persons check the
administration and if they spot me coming frequently for a refill the
maintenance chap (not me) get's fined for an environmental offense.
That trick forces him to check the arcon for any leaks and he wants to
be darn sure it doesn't.
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