Question about Heating & Cooling
If you are running a high efficiency forced air furnace then check the drain hose and make sure it isn't blocked or crimped. These furnaces tend to take a lot of humidity out of the combustion air (air from outside) and they are supposed to have a hose from the unit to the floor drain in your basement.
If you have hot water radiators, then you have a leak somewhere.
If you haven't even turned on the furnace yet but have air conditioning running through the heating unit then the condenser coil has frozen up. The main reason for this happening is a dirty filter. Turn off the A/C for a few hours to let it thaw and replace your filter.
About coil, i still have a doubt. I am not positive. To be on a safe side, either call some other tech or call Carrier at ;-
1-800-CARRIER for immediate customer assistance from 8:00a -5:00p (EST) weekdays.
Hope i helped you.
Posted on Sep 09, 2009
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
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