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All air conditioning systems must have four basic elements:
From the compressor, high-pressure gas is sent to the condenser, where the heat is dissipated and condensed to liquid. The high-pressure liquid flows on to the expansion valve, where it is metered and its pressure is reduced. At the evaporator, the liquid absorbs heat from the air and evaporates to gas. The cycle is then repeated, starting at the compressor.