Question about Heating & Cooling
This happens when the charge of refrigerant isn't correct. If everything is working properly, then the best way to check the charge without the right equipment handy is to look on the big copper line on the outside unit, preferably in the heat of day, and it should have condensation on it while it is running. If you have no water forming on the big copper line set, then you are low on refrigerant. Hope this points you in the right direction and good luck!
Posted on Aug 04, 2010
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