Question about Heating & Cooling
How to spray chemical to clean air conditioners evaporator coils. Do you HAVE to remove evaporator coil to clean it? I can see mine when I open the intake to change filter...The ones I see on utube all have the evaporator coils on top of unit. Can I just spray it from underneath since it's so accessible?
The evaporator cannot be removed. To do so you would have to drain the freon. You can just spray it with a cleaner in any manner that you want.
Posted on Nov 25, 2013
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: ac capillary tubes
Sounds like you have a clogged cap tube. Yes they should both be sweating, I would expect your low side pressure to be lower though unless it is real hot in the camper. You can replace the tube but make sure what goes in is the same diameter and length because that is all engineered for proper metering into the evaporator.
Posted on Jun 11, 2009
It freezes because of a lack of air flow ... and/or ... colmplicating ... high demand with high humidity.
Even worse is running the roof top with the door open in the summer (I see this all the time in the RV park where I work - I'm not saying you are doing this - but I see it all the time. What the heck, the typical transient camper is not paying for the electricity - let it run!)
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Posted on Dec 11, 2009
SOURCE: I need to clean the
Hello I feel your pain,no access.If the floor getting wet is NOT a problem you can blast it with a hose from the front side if there is more room it will wash through.I have taped a wire brush to a stick and CAREFULLY scrape up & down to remove lint.Otherwise I have made an access hole in the duct and patched it closed before, but it is SHARP and is to be done with care.
Posted on Sep 03, 2010
Hello, the best thing to use is just plain old water and spray from the inside of the unit to out if this is a central air conditioner, there are coil cleaners that you can buy but are not really needed unless the coil is vety plugged. Here is a link to coil cleaners http://www.nucalgon.com/products/products_coil_cleaners.htm
Posted on Jul 16, 2011
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