How does a compressor release heat from a refrigerant?

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To release the heat the refrigerant has absorbed, the refrigerant needs to be in a higher temperature, higher pressure form. The compressor packs molecules in the gas-based refrigerant tightly together, a process which raises both the temperature and pressure of the refrigerant.

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