Question about Heating & Cooling
This can be caused by a few things.Check for a clean air filter. If the filter is dirty the air flow is slowed and lets ice form and over time the coils freeze over. The next thing to look for is a dirty evap coil. Same thing. if the coils are dirty the air flow is restricted and causing freeze ups. if this all looks ok then its time to call in the pro's. For environmental purposes all HVAC techs are citified to handel freon in the correct way. They will check the system for leaks and repair them followed by a freon recharge.
Posted on May 12, 2009
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