Question about Haier hwr10xc6 Air Conditioner
How do I add freon?
These are sealed units and there is not an access port to add freon. A service tech can break into the system by adding a valve or line tap. You should not have to add freon however unless it has developed a leak in the system. These units hold a very small amount of refrigerant however and the leaks can be very hard to find and repair. 90 percent of the time these units are not low on refrigerant. The problem is usually a dirty condenser or outside coil. Take a toilet brush or other semi soft brush and brush it up and down and then blow through it with a garden hose. Make sure power is off to the unit. Do not put so much pressure to it that it bends the fins on the coil but you should be able to was water through the coil. I've been on many, many service calls where the customer insisted that it was low on freon and a good cleaning solved the problem. Especially if you live in an area where the cotton from cottonwood trees is common
Posted on Jul 05, 2010
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