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MY WALL AIR CONDITIONERS PANEL IS GETTING FROSTED .

WHEN THIS HAPPENS THERE IS NO FLOW OF AIR INTO MY ROOM. I LIVE IN THE TROPICS ,PUERTO RICO THE WEATHER IS AROUND 70S AND 80S ALL YEAR .

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  • frank_bonill Nov 25, 2008

    THANKS IM GOIN TO CHECK THAT OUT .

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You should have this unit checked for freon leaks. This usually happens when you are low on freon.

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