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Ice on coils

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    Do you have a filter in place? When was the last time you cleaned it?

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This is usually due to a clogged filter or coil,Make sure the coils and filter are clean,Listen to make sure the fan is running,If all is clean and running,the unit will need to be serviced.

Posted on May 31, 2009

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