Question about Heating & Cooling
Check your indoor air filter. When the unit is in heat pump mode the indoor unit is cooling the air, ie. removing the heat from the unit. If the air flow is restricted then the unit will run high head pressure. If the filter is clean then maybe something else is restricting the air flow of the indoor unit. The other possiblity is that the unit is over charged. When in cooling the overcharge will not create the problems that it will in heating mode. The only proper way to charge a heatpump is to remove ALL the refrigerant and then wiegh in the proper amount of refrigerant into the system.
Posted on Nov 19, 2009
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