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Every unit has to take rest to re boost. That's why thermostat for heat or cold fixed, If your unit is not cutting off @ setting temp check room sensor. If defective replace it.
If unit continuously running but no cool inside room means gas leak. Find leak and do gas charging.

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Turn the system off on the thermostat and set the fan to "ON", this will thaw the ice faster if it hasn't already. When the system has completely thawed, which could take hours sometimes, depending on how bad it's frozen, then turn system back to "Cool" and start these checks>

1. Make sure filters are clean!
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If you have either no or minimal airflow, check the indoor blower to make sure it's working, if it is, the evaporator coil is dirty restricting the airflow. Be sure the system is thawed because the ice will also block the airflow!

If the condenser fan motor is not running, either the capacitor or the fan motor will need to be replaced.

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On the split system 1. Can burnout from defect, lightening, etc .. 2. Only way ice will buildup back to outside unit is LOW LOAD.. either from dirty filter, dirty coil or fan blades caked up with dirt. 3.. Poor airflow will cause the poor cooling $ Outdoor unit most likely has a low pressure switch causing the outside unit to shutoff until pressure rises.. Has this helped ?

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As with the simplest way to thaw ice is with heat.

If you are running this unit in cooling and have ice outside, then you most likely have a freeze up inside as well. If this is a heat pump unit, then frost is normal during operation, however, ice build-up is an indication of a problem.

There are 2 effective ways to remove the ice build-up. The first is the simplest. Get your water hose and hose it down. Be sure to turn off the breakers to the unit and avoid spraying the electrical compartment. If you have the ability to hook the hose into a hot water line, then this process with be extremely fast. Let the unit sit for about 20 minutes to dry out and turn it back on.


The second can be a little more complicated if your not tech savoy. You can turn the system on in the cooling mode. This will make the outdoor coil the condenser section. Then, either block the airflow through the coils with an object, put an object over the fan to increase pressure, or if you can, disconnect the fan so it does not run. This method is essentially the same as a defrost cycle.

As with any failure, you can fix the problem at hand, but it will return. After you get past this, your real challenge will be determining what caused the freeze-up.


If you were running your system in cooling already, then you will need to ensure the system has de-iced on the inside as well.

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Nordyne AC unit works at first but later provided cool air. Thermostat set to 65. Power running to unit outside. Noticed ice around line outside and can send a picture. Chipped ice away. Want to know what...


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