Question about GE AJCQ08ACB Air Conditioner
The majority of the time ice build up is caused by dirty coils inside or outside. It could be a low freon problem but if it hasn't been cleaned it is definitely worth a try before buying a new one. A toilet cleaning brush usually works well. Brush up and down so as not to bend the fins on your coils and rinse the outside coil with water. You don't want to wash the inside coil with it in the window as it is messy. Make sure it is unplugged when doing this. High water pressure can also bend the fins on the coils so don't get carried away. 75 to 80 percent of all air conditioner service calls are solved by cleaning the coils.
Posted on Jul 03, 2010
Testimonial: "thanks for your advice you were right i had this ac for two years now and has not been clean, after doing this is working perfectly fine."
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