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1.5 ton ac. It is getting cold near the outlet but cold air is not blowing out. Instead pieces of ice are sometimes coming out. How to troubleshoot?

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I had this exact same problem with my air conditioner! What happened was, I didn't clean the air filter for a long time and hence the pilled up dust prevented the cold air form coming out, forming the ice.. Open the top of the AC and clean the air filters ASAP!!

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Is the fan running? If the fan is running you should check your filter. If it isn't running then you should check the capacitor for the fan and the fan motor. Also make sure the evaporator coil is clean. If all of this is good then get the refrigerant charge checked.

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