Question about Heating & Cooling
Operate your air conditioner with the fan in the on position. But first turn the fan on, turn the temp up or shut the cooling off. Your coil is more than likely frozen over. At night when outside temperature drops the refrigerant pressure and temperature in the system also drops. This action can cause icing of the cooling coil, with the fan in automatic everything shuts down at the end of a cooling cycle. Thus no air movement to melt ice on previous cooling cycle.
Posted on May 09, 2008
Ours kept freezing over last summer and we couldn't figure out why. We eventually had some ac people come and look at it and they said the unit was not large enough for our house. We got a larger unit and we haven't had a problem since. You should check what square footage your ac unit is rated for. http://www.dawncohvacoh.com/services
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