Question about Heating & Cooling
I've got a goodman GSC140241AA ac unit (which is only 3 years old) and it stopped blowing cool air. The indoor and outdoor unit are working, as in turning on. I've noticed that the indoor unit is not sweating so I belive it has low freon, a technician confirmed and said it was leak from a bad evaporator coil. My question is should that part have gone bad that soon, and how would I replace it?
No it should not. If their is a leak and it can be reached the coil should be repairable. Replacing it will require a pro to replace it and recharge system. Not a user friendly item. Also may need a line drier and a vacuum pulled on system. You need a license to handle R22 and this may be an R 410a system which requires special gauges. But I would try to go back to the installer and or Goodman about the leak.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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