Question about Carrier 38CKC036 Air Conditioner
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The indoor coil or "Evaporator Coil" (condenser is the outside coil in air conditioning) should never freeze when an air conditioning system is installed, maintained and serviced properly.
The most common cause of evaporator freezing is a clogged or dirty air filter. Other causes include; a clogged or dirty coil; blower malfunction, filter too restrictive (in which case use a less restrictive type), undersized duct, closed and or covered registers and grills, and collapsed duct.
Another common cause of evaporator icing is loss of refrigerant in which case you should call a professional who can locate and repair the refrigerant leak and recharge your system.
Posted on Aug 26, 2010
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