Question about Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner
I've never had a heat pump before and I am wondering is there supposed to be so much frost on the "fins"? It has been heating for a couple months with our outside temps running in the 20 to 40 dogree range. House is set at 65. I just worried if it builds up too much it will fry the pump. Any info. wouuld be helpful. Thanks.
All you are seeing is the moisture in the air outside starting to freeze on the fins there is no worries the system has a cycle time built in to check for freezing and will defrost itself if it does not thaw out it has a bad sensor or board
Posted on Nov 16, 2008
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