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The hose to the air conditioner keeps on freezing and blows air sometimes what should i do? also replaced filter n put new rewireing

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Freezing up is caused by
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If air filter and indoor coil are clean may be low on freon. Blower wheels seldom get dirty on window units. Pull unit from window and clean both coils with a water hose. Careful not to get any electrical wet. Let dry for a while and reinstall. If it continues to freeze its a freon problem most the time.

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Ac unit is not cooling, the part on the inside keeps freezing up after it is frozen the air blowing is not cool. Sometimes there is a knocking sound from the compressor.

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I have a Ruud A/C. For 4-6 hours my air conditioner blows cold air, then it it starts to blow hot air after that. Happens like this every day. What can it be

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Ice builds up just inside the air filter, making the unit not as effective.

Unit needs to be cleaned. When unit and filter is dirty , air can not get through. It needs to be blown out with air compressor, or, you can even hose it out. ( IF HOSING NEED TO PROTECT ELECTRONICS TO NOT GET WET.) after hosing, then let completely dry, help dry time by using air compressor, to blow out excess water. Then fire that baby up as long as dry and should cool and not freeze. If it still freezes up, then it still not getting good air flow. Thanks Mike from fixya

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My unit keeps freezing. How do I stop it?

First, make sure you have it set at a mid temp. Eventhough the thermostat says it will make ice cubes, it isn't supposed to. The unit should cycle on and off with a room temperature of 70 - 72 degrees.

Secont, make sure that the filter and the insode and outside coild are clean. If they are dirty, wash the filter and gently bruch the coild, being careful not to flaten teh aluminum fins.

If you are handy, take the unit outside, remove the cabbinet (and with it UNPLUGGED), spray it down with a garden hose, running water through both coils. Let it dry fro a few hours, put the cover back on and put it back in the window.

If you still get icing, you probably have a low charge. With the cost of labor, and the price of window units, you'ld be better off replacing it than fixing it, unless you have a local air conditioning school that will do it for cost of materials.

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Warm air

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Ice on the hose and not very cold

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I suspect your air filter is clogged with dust. The front inside panel of the air conditioner should be removable. Take it off to get at the filter. The filter for most of these window units looks like a thin piece of foam. Take this out; rinse off all the dust in a sink or outside using a hose, and then reinstall it. Hopefully this will fix your problem.

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