Question about Heating & Cooling
Ice on the coils can be caused by low air flow over the evaporator coil, a dirty coil, or a low refrigerant charge. First thing to do is check your filters and replace them. Second make sure the indoor and outdoor coil are clean. Third, make sure the indoor fan is running. If this doesn't fix the problem then get your refrigerant charge checked.
Posted on May 05, 2010
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