Question about Frigidaire Heating & Cooling
Could be several issues causing this problem. Let's start with some basic observations.
Is the condenser fan running?
Is the condenser coil dirty? (Not only the outside but all the way through the coil. Check by looking for light coming through coil. You can even try shining a flashlight through the coil to see if it is clean.)
If the fan is running and the coil is not plugged up or covered with dirt, or other obstructions (air is freely able to move through the coil), then it could be an issue with the system being over charged.
Another possibility (but not highly likely) is there may be non-condensables in the refrigerant system. Usually these will only be present if the system was recently serviced or charged and air and moisture was allowed to enter the refrigerant system (piping).
More information is required to try and diagnose this further.
Posted on Sep 04, 2010
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