Question about Daewoo DWC063R Air Conditioner
Not cooling efficiently.have checked all suggestions in service manual.any suggestions ?
One sure way to tell if your unit is doing what it is suppose to is using the box temperature method. Meaning inside the space your house and the supply coming from a/c. Take the temperature of the space take the temperature coming from the supply vents. Should be a difference of 18 to 22 degree's. Example the house is 75 F degree's the supply should be 55 degree's. Now if it is coming out 60 or 62 then you have a overcharged a/c and need to adjust the pressure's. It is a very fine line to get it perfect only a tech. guy could do that. Let me know how it goes. ken
Posted on Feb 08, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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