Question about Goodman Air Conditioners
Your system could have lost its refrigerant charge through a leak. Check for visual signs of oil at any soldered joints. This would indicate a leak at a point where some oil is visible. Also check for frost on the big line that returns to the outside unit. If frost is present set you air circulation fan to the on position and turn the cooling to off. Allow the air to circulate for about an hour. Then return the system to the cooling mode. Operate the system when cooling with the fan in the on position in this case.
Posted on May 24, 2008
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