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How do i add coolant to the ac

My room is not cooling

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  • isadel Mar 18, 2008

    My central air conditioner is running, but the room is not getting cool. How and where do I add coolant?

  • shahnazshah7 Aug 24, 2008

    my central ac is running but is not cooling my home

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PleASE GO THROUGH THE STEPS NECESSARY TO ADD COOANT TO A HOME RHEME AIR CONDIONER UNIT

Posted on Sep 10, 2007

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First before adding freon is the compressor and fan running? Second, is both the condenser nd evap free from dirt? Please advise, RepairUSA

Posted on Aug 31, 2007

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What you have created is a re-circulating air flow system, much like the North Atlantic Current that moderates the temperatures of Europe. You can check this by taking a tissue paper and holding it up to the top of the doorway. The air flow should be pushing the tissue away from the room without the AC and toward the room with the AC. This happens because the warmest air will be toward the ceiling and you want that warm air to make its way across the ceilings and back to the room with the AC, so that it can be cooled again. The cooled air from the AC will sink to the floor and the fans will gently push the air out of the room with the AC. It will stay low and travel along the floor in the opposite direction and into the warmer rooms. If you crank your fans up, you will create turbulent flow and that will not cool your house as efficiently as will laminar flow. Monitor the outside temperature and when it gets cooler outside by a few degrees, turn the AC to fan for about 10 minutes to eek out the last of the cooling. Then open the windows for the night to take advantage of the free cooling that nature provides. That's it! Enjoy the summer!

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If you have access to gauges and you are using the AC refrigerant normally used for cars, the pressure at ambient room temperature of 78 degrees should be around zero. Let the unit run for about thirty minutes to stabilize pressures and then do the reading. If room temp is higher than 78, then pressure can be a tad higher but no more than oupounds.

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If the AC is not cold- you don`t add coolant. You must add REFREGERANT (freon gas)
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