Question about Hampton Bay Heating & Cooling
Hi. I have a Hampton Bay window AC unit (model HBLG 1004R) that all of a sudden is not blowing cold. Any idea of what to do....maintenance required, freon added, etc.? I have already cleaned out the filters but no avail.
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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: Recharge My AC Unit
The system needs to be accessed through what is call a tap valve. After a tap valve is in place a high vacuum should be pulled on the system down to 500 microns to remove air and non condensible gases along with any moisture from the system. Then the charge should be weight into the system according to the name plate with the proper type of refrigerant, generally Refrigerant 22. An alternate method is to charge the system by superheat of the gas returning to the compressor. Ambient temperature determines how high or low the superheat should be.
Posted on Jun 20, 2008
this is the pdf of the manual for that particular model of a/c.
hope that helps.
Posted on Aug 29, 2008
When the unit is running, go outside and put your hand near the condenser fins, this air that comes out should be slightly warmer than the ambient temp. If it is not you will need to take the unit out of the window and out of its outer case and clean the condenser fins from the inside, this is no easy task as it is very hard to reach. You will want to get a small (toothbrushed sized) brass bristled brush with a long handle. Make sure the evaporator coil (in the front) recieves the same attention and wash the mesh filter that goes in front of the evaporator. Re- assemble and enjoy the cold air.
Posted on Jun 07, 2009
This unit is 12,000BTU, in production since 2001
For parts go to :
Posted on Aug 19, 2009
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