Question about Heating & Cooling
The freon level is good, no leaks. tried moving the temp lever back and forth, feel like it sticks maybe. ice builds up on the outside but was told that is normal
Ice buildup on the coils is not normal. Once iced over, the coils can no longer extract heat out of the air which is how a heat-pump like this works.
Posted on Dec 10, 2014
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Automotive AC Prob
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Posted on May 30, 2009
That is ediculous. He can charge it, leak chk and repair in one trip. I hope he isn't popping you for a service call each time.
Posted on Jun 23, 2009
SOURCE: Olds aurora 95 ac --
There is probably air or other non-condensible gas in the system. And/or too much refrigerant or stop leak or wet oil. Recover the refrigerant, pull a deep vacuum on the system (using a micron vacuum gauge to verify), and recharge by weight.
If it was mine, I would flush the lines and replace the filter/drier and maybe orifice or expansion valve (if dirty) before recharging. Also, everything that is taken apart or messed with should get a new seal or gasket or o-ring on it when put back together, then check system for leaks before recharging. Better to do it right once than mess with it every spring.
When it is 77 degrees F outside, the air coming from the vent should be much colder than 60 degrees. More like below 50.
Posted on Mar 31, 2014
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