Question about General Heating & Cooling
If it was a general AC it must be running on a vapor - compression cycle, it must be the refrigerant (freon) that might have leaked and ran low causing the compressor to pump less refrigerant and is working on a low pressure compression which will make the system's cut - off ratio more often and in a much relatively shorter intervals. try checking the piping system for signs of leakage and immediately have it sealed from your local AC technician to have the refrigerant refilled after running a vacuum to **** all the air that accumulated in the pipes for efficient cooling. Hope this helps..
Posted on Jul 07, 2010
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