Question about Heating & Cooling
Outside coil maybe be full of dirt. Fan blows through coil and dirt builds on the coil face that you can't see. Washing with a hose poing the nozzle at a 30 degree downward angle may help was it out. Some times it has to be taken apart to wash it out. If the air coming off the back side is uneven and very hot from top to bottom then it is most likely plugged up. Try not to spray water directly into fan motor. Low freon will normally make system freeze up after a while. Also abnormally high humidity and temps will make system seem not to cool as well.
Posted on Jun 28, 2009
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