Question about Heating & Cooling
I have a Lennox XC13 Air Conditioner. When it is turned on, it works for a while. After a drop of a few degrees the blower isn't working as well. A lot of condensation appears on the unit and tubing. So much that a pool of water appears on the floor. Ice bulds up on one of the bolts of the unit.
You more than likely have a refrigerant problem. When the unit is under/over charged, it will freeze up the lines, a-coil, etc. The blower will seem like it's not pushing that much air anymore because of the ice blocking the air flow. Another possibility is the a-coil, which is on the indoor unit, could be dirty and the dirt and grime blocking the air flow can cause the same effect, you have to take the cover off, then take the small cover on the a-coil off, then you will be able to see, but if the air flow is working correctly at first, then slowing down, your problem would be the refrigerant charge. Hope this helps and good luck!
Posted on Jul 14, 2010
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