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What kind of freon would i need for a goodman cplt24-1a heat pump ? has not cooled the houuse for 2 years now, thought it may have been the compressor as the heating was not working either. But i was told it may just need freon. And any idea on how much this would cost ? I am in canada but all help would be appreciated . THANKS

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  • littlehands6 Jul 08, 2010

    After doing what you said the pipe is not cold. I heard a humming noise when the brown wire was unplugged , is this the normal noise a hum ?

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R22 but it does not use it it is circulated in a closed loop, if the fan outside is running you may have to pull the brown wire at the split capacitor to see if the compressor is running. Also it is really important that the filters are changed and that the outdoor is clean allowing air to pass through. Turn off power before pulling the brown wire then reapply power for just a second listening for the compressor. If you hear it, turn off power, reconnect fan brown wire. Turn on power and feel if large line is cold to the touch like a good soda can should be around 45 to 55 degrees f. If not cold it need 3 to 4 pounds if the compressor is working which would indicate a leak.

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    mark milligan Jul 12, 2010

    This depends. if the humming is coming from the contactor and is continuios while being called for yes it is normal.

    If it is a nice rumble low pitch its the compressor running properly.

    If it a hum than off than hum than off, its probably the split cap (looks like a can with wires running to it) which the compressor needs to run, it has a lable with the size I would guess its a 35/5microfarad 440v the five is the fan run cap.

    The refrigerant you will need is r22 and it runs 200-400 us dollars for a 30 lb can it will have a label indicating the factory charge up to a 20 ft. or 6 meters long line set.

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