Question about Heating & Cooling
Have you changed your filter? If you have changed your filter, the indoor coil is probably real dirty thus reducing the anount of air coming out of your registers. This will also cause the unit to run more because you don't have enough airflow to satisfy the thermostat. It can and might possibly be low on refrigerant but this alone will not cause a reduction in the amount of airflow you have. You need to contact a service professional to take care of this. This is not something that you should do yourself.
Posted on Apr 13, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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