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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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Do you change the filter regularly? And if you haven't changed it but maybe every year that is the problem. Your a-coil is plugged up and full of the stuff the filter is suppose to catch.
That is one possibility the other is and I have seen this more then once the duct work under the mobile home has come loose and is just pouring the air under there. Let me know what you find. ken
Posted on Nov 30, 2008
Hello, usually the coil will freeze up due to low airflow across the coil or a low refrigerant charge. The first the ing you can do is try cleaning the coil with some coil cleaner, they sell it at any heating and cooling store. Also if there is a filter make sure it is clean. If that does not solve the problem then the unit has a leak and is low on refrigerant, in this case a tech should come out and repair the leak and charge it back up.
Posted on Feb 16, 2011
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You do not need a schematic, the large line under the house should be insulated, if not insulate it. If its not insulated, it will collect condensation, because the line is lower than dew point.
If you want to clean the indoor coil, remove the cover where the lines enter the unit, the coils if dirty will be on the side next to to the air filter, use a vacuum with a brush, and get the larger stuff off, then use 409 or something like it and spray the coil, on the dirty side and let it soak for a few minutes and then use water to rinse the coil, if the furnace is under the coil keep the water from dripping into it. Then put a good quality air filter in, and then the coil will stay clean.
Posted on Jul 07, 2011
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