Question about Heating & Cooling
Ice in a suction line is a sign of water vapor in the refrigerant
it will need a gas change , an accumulator drier change and the system to be vacuumed down for a couple of hours to allow the moisture to boil off
all it takes is an accredited ac specialist shop to do the job
if the ice is on the outside of the line ( which is what you probably meant) it is perfectly ok or can indicate a high gas level in the system
problems in performance will be noted if that is the case
again an ac specialist is required to fix the problem
Posted on Dec 20, 2016
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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