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An air conditioner produces water in the course of chilling your air. If this water does not vent properly off the coils you get frost or worse yet ice. Turn the unit off and let the ice completely melt off. You might not be allowing the unit to completely thaw. Let it sit for a good day or so. Make sure the ice is completely gone. If this does not work either the coils need to be cleaned or the unit has a vapor leak.

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