Question about Heating & Cooling
Can i let it thaw out and then turn it back on
in hopes that it will cool for awhile
will it hurt other parts of the unit if it is freezing up
It will not hurt the unit if you let it thaw out and then run it again. However, if you keep doing this on a regular basis, you can burn out your compressor. What are the conditions that the unit is being run under that is causing it to freeze up? Make sure that you run the unit on high cool on warm days so that it will not freeze.
Hope this helps,
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