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Kenmore aircondition I have a kenmore wall unit. can't remember the BTU's. The airconditioner has accumulated ice and is leaking into the house. What can I do do fix this.

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First is to make sure the evap and condenser coils are very clean. A dirty evap coil will cause icing as well as a blower not running and low freon. Hope this helps. Thx RepairUSA

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this what i found for you...

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