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Besides the filter directly in the back of the machine is there an inner filter or something else I can do to insure proper cool air flow ? I did dissemble the entire back and carefully washed the coil. It runs good, but I feel it is not cooling enough. Does it require freon. or recharging ? Thanks Gary

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Hi, there are no inner filter to be clean, you did good job by cleaning coils at back, but you should try to clean evaporator or cooling coils, is possible you need to service it, remove it, strip it down cover all electrical parts, and give him a bath, power hose, then leave it to drain for about 2hr before putting it together, that should be done by trained mechanics, also you should check size of room, and AC b.t.u, it could be possible, your AC is not right b.t.u, you should check and make sure you have the right amount of b.t.u AC for size of room.

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"If your dirty filter caused your problem,' it was because it restricted the air flow across the cooling coil. Often if the filter is clogged then the air will divert around the filter itself - and clog the cooling coil too, in which case you will need to clean the cooling coil.

The cooling coil is looped in a coil (hence the name) and is comparable to a car radiator. You will need to clean the fins (that are entwined around the coil) so that air - can flow unrestricted, over the coil.

This can usually be accomplished with a brush of some sort. Often you can use your fingers to peel the moist mat of hair and dirt off the front of the coil.

The problem (usually) is getting to the coil, because once you get to it - it generally is not that hard to clean. Your goal is make sure air flows thru the fins and over the coil - unrestricted of dirt, hair, or whatever.

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Because it also limits the amount of air flowing over the cooling coil. This results in lowering the coil temperature and allowing the humidity in the air to collect on the coil and freeze.
2)Refrigerant charge. The refrigerant system teeters on a delicate balance. If the system is not charged correctly, the system will not function properly. This malfunction may result in the poor cooling output and/or freezing up. Only a qualified, certified service technician can properly test and charge a refrigerant system.
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