Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a central air unit and the lines keep freezing. what are possible problems/solutions i can do. i'm not real handy but can follow instructions. i won't deal with electricity though.. far to dangerous
If you are not certified to do H V A C then I highly recommend that you call in the pro's. However there is something you as a homeowner can do. Start by checking the air filter. if it is too dirty it will slow the air flow across the coils and cause the coils ti ice. The line freezing is a sign that your coils are beginning to ice or already have. This is also true if the coils are dirty. You can check this by removing the air filter and using a flashlight to look up inside of the air handler. If they are dirty then you can clean them with a solution of water, mild dish detergent and a soft bristle brush. Be sure to rinse them thuroly. If this does not fix the freezing problem then you may very well have a small leak and need to have some refrigerant added. hope this helps. Good luck.
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