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A/C spits out ice

Wall a/c unit clicks sometimes, loudly, and tonight, it spit out a spray of ice chunks.

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You probably have a plugged filter and or a dirty evaporator. pull the filter and see if it is dirty. it should be lockated right behind the front panel. The evaporator is right behind it. If they are both clean then the unit is low on refrigerant most likely. if it is low it is probably more worth wile to by a new window unit then having a service man out.

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