Question about Fedders A&B Chassis A1A07W2B Air Conditioner
There is a light-gray, odorless smoke coming from my ac unit. It still blows cool air, but it starts blowing smoke within a minute of being turned on. I noticed that the smoke stops when the temperature control is low (almost to the point where there is no cooling). It has been used rather heavily in the last week, due to a recent heat wave. I don't notice any leaking (at least not on the side facing in), nor is it making any odd noises. Any suggestions..? ^^; Thanks in advance! Byron
Geeze you peeps :P the key here is ODORLESS --- freon, and any smoke from electrical will produce an odor. if its odorless its humidity. Thats all. nothing harmfull. Yes, thats right, water vapor. seen it a million times. it has to do with temp inside/outside, and humidity inside/outside. good luck diagnosing a real problem
Posted on Jul 17, 2008
The "take" guy is right, and I know from first hand experience. I knicked the refrigerant line trying to put extra drain holes in the unit and I saw all the gray odorless gas fill my daughter's room. It stopped shortly. My cousin who fixes AC units for a living told me, there is no way to fix it, and U have to buy a new one.
Posted on May 28, 2008
The smoke is refrigerant or freon which is a nearly odorless gas. This happened to me and after two days of the smoke my airconditioner has no more cold air.
I dont know if its harmful I am sure the freon people will say no but I think all chemicals are harmful to some degree (thus cancer) so try not to breath it (get it to the shop and dont use your air). If it is a pin hole you could have it for a long time eeking out or it could be on and off. I noticed mine came after I changed from defogger to air high setting, almost like it opened the hole wider by changing settings
Posted on Aug 26, 2008
Well it could be just frost or like fog because of the cold air it is producing.But at any rate to be safe it definitely needs to be checked out. It could cause a fire. If it is a bearing in the blower motor getting hot and going out it could cause a fire. If it is freon leaking then it wouldn't take long until it wouldn't cool any more. And your eyes would probably be burning because of the gas. I know we used to use window units and they would blow out frosty foggy air sometimes. The bigger units especially. Not much you can do about that. Won't hurt you anyway. But please check it out.
Posted on Aug 08, 2007
Sorry to say but your ac unit have a broken line, the smoke that you see is refrigerant gas, and the hole is very small, so only when the compresor is on you notice it, soon there will be no more refrigerant and the smoke will stop, but the cool to, buy a new one....goo luck
Posted on Aug 06, 2006
It could be that you are just seeing the fog from cold air coming from your vents. If they keep cooling, don't worry about it. Let me know. kstfas
Posted on Oct 05, 2006
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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