Question about Heating & Cooling
Wash out outside coil with hose with 30 degree downward starting at the top and work side to side to bottom and try again. If this don't help check evap coil (inside) for ice forming when unit is on. You should see a 15 - 25 degree drop from room temp coming out of discharge air. This will change with humidity indoors. as it drops temp will too.If outside coil is dirty or unit is low on gar it will cause high compressor and high disgharge lockout. Low gas can also cause freezing of indoor coil and loe temp or pressure lock out depending on type of protection incorporated.
Posted on Jun 30, 2009
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