Question about Heating & Cooling
Have had this unit for about 5 years, recently the front of the evaporator freezes over with ice and cooling capacity is lost. Followed troubleshooting guide to reduce thermostat setting and this worked but as soon as I turn the thermostat back to cool the ice forms. Is she just tired or is there something else I can do?
This is njormally an issue with oversizing but this should have manifested itself the 1st time you used it, unless you have relocated the unit. If you have reinstalled it in its original location and if you have cleaned the coils as required, then you have a low freon issue that only a professional should resolve.
Tip: If the ice is building up in 1 small area and not evenly across the complete evaporator coil, then you definitely are low on freon.
Posted on Jun 11, 2008
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