Question about Heating & Cooling
You may have a couple of problems now. The original issue of icing up is most commonly due to low refrigerant in the a/c. For this you will need a professional to correct.
The second problem sounds like it may be a bad capacitor for the indoor blower motor. This is a common occurrence after a system freezes. Often the water that leaks from the A/C will get slung around by the fan causing the water to cause a short on the capacitor. The capacitor is a silver/gray electrical component that usually stands alone from the rest of the circuitry. It is cylinder shaped and has two wires (usually brown) connected to one end of it. It is common practice in the business to replace both the motor and the capacitor after this kind of water damage.
Posted on Jul 07, 2008
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