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I got a goodman heat pump and in a/c mode the fixed orfice sounds like it is gurrgling could this be fixed with a txv

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    Jason Pendleton Sep 15, 2010

    WHAT ARE YOUR PRESSURES/LINE TEMP/AIR TEMP SUPPLY AND RETURN IS THE INDOOR UNIT UP HIGHER THAN THE OUT DOOR UNIT HOW IS THE FILTER HOWEVER I WAS TOLD LAST WEEK THEY HAVE A SCREEN FILTER IN THEM IN THE OUTDOOR UNIT BUT DONT KNOW THAT TO BE TRUE

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Hi,
No,
The problem more likely is that the unit is not charged correctly...or there is air in the system...

Here is a tip about troubleshooting your air conditioner...
There are many things that can cause your air conditioner not to cool...

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