Question about Weather King 10AJA6001AH Air Conditioner
The unit is from 2006...
Posted by Anonymous on
Sound like your indoor fan not working .
When all the ice is melted turn your thermostat to fan only and see if fan works .If fan works and filters are clean your system might be low on freon
Posted on Jul 10, 2018
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: outside makes loud noise
I would take a very close look at every solder joint there is between the inside unit and the outside. If you observe oil at any point it indicates a leak at that point. That is an expensive price for what you say was done. Check your invoice for the amount of refrigerant they or he added to the system. Compare it with the amount stated on the outside unit nameplate. Check for frost on the suction (big line) by the outside unit. If there is frost your coil is frozen up. If this is the case turn the fan on and the cooling off. Allow it to run in this manor for about an hour to defrost the A coil. Then return to the cooling mode.
Posted on Jun 16, 2008
check to see if there is a 20 degree split between supply and return air. If its less than 20 than it might be low on charge.
Posted on Jun 24, 2009
When I am called to replace a outdoor fan motor I charge $330.I am in las vegas and the charge varies form company to company.The fan motor itself is approx $80 my cost(230v 1 phase condenser fan motor).
Posted on Jul 21, 2009
what is your suction pressure? 23 degrees is to high on your superheat should be around 10-15 degrees. subcooling a little high. do you have any airflow problems like a dirty condenser or dirty squirrel cage or dirty evapartor? subcooling should be between 10-20 degrees. what is the freon you are using in the unit? what is your delta T? That is the temperature coming out of the supply and return. subtract both of them and you will arrive at your delta t and it should be around 18 to 20 degree difference.
Posted on Jul 02, 2010
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