Question about Heating & Cooling
That would be your indoor blower motor. It is either a bad motor or the capacitor is bad on it. Replacing them are never fun. The unit is freezing up because there is no air flow going across the evaporator coil when the outside unit is pumping refrigerant through the system. Hope this points you in the right direction!
Posted on Aug 05, 2010
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