Question about Heating & Cooling
Hey there, first, check to make sure your filter, fan blades on inside unit, and indoor coil are clean. If they are not, that may be the issue. If not then, defrost the unit (off for a couple of hours), turn it on, if the larger line in black insulation is warmer that 55 (probably like 75) then chances are you are low on refrigerant. If you need to get recharged, make sure the person doing it can find a leak or it is going to be an ongoing issue
Posted on Jun 27, 2009
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