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MACS To Host Mobile A/C Clinic At AGCO Headquarters

The mobile A/C technical training clinic consists of live instructor-led training, covering a variety of agricultural and off-road service information and diagnostic techniques.

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Longtime MACS member Sherwood Wheeler, AGCO supervisor of dealer technical support, will present and host a MACS mobile A/C clinic on agricultural, heavy-duty vehicles at the AGCO headquarters in Hesston, Kansas, on Friday, April 6.

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The mobile A/C technical training clinic consists of live instructor-led training, covering a variety of agricultural and off-road service information and diagnostic techniques, including:

  • Mobile A/C system types, components and operation
  • Condensers, evaporators, compressors, lines and hoses
  • Receiver/driers and TXVs, accumulators and OTs
  • Control Devices: What they are and how they work
  • Diagnosing, testing and servicing mobile A/C systems
  • Refrigerant recovery and recycling
  • Compressor diagnosis and replacement
  • Proper oil balancing and accurate charging
  • A/C system troubleshooting and performance testing
  • Best practices repair methods

Even though the focus will be on heavy-duty, off-road agricultural equipment and TXV systems, the training also is applicable for on-road vehicles. In the afternoon the class will separate into teams for hands-on diagnostics and troubleshooting of some AGCO equipment parked in the service bays.

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Cost to attend this training event is $75 for member of MACS and $125 for non-members. The event will include lunch. To register or become a member of MACS attendees can call the MACS office at 215-631-7020, ext. 0, visit the MACS website and register through the events tab, or fax a registration to 215-631-7017.

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