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How does a reversing valve on a heat pump work?

Inside the inversion valve there is a sliding mechanism that moves from front to back, depending on the mode in which the valve is located (heating or cooling). When the thermostat indicates that the heat pump changes mode, the solenoid gives the sliding mechanism a small push and the coolant inside the valve does the rest.

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