Question about Heating & Cooling
My unit was working fine, cooling the room I have it installed in then it seemed to stop cooling and the air flow seemed less. I opened the front to check the filter and the unit was full of ice. is this normal? I currently have it shut off to "defrost" so to speak. The coils and copper piping inside were totally covered. I also had it spit ice out of the front the other night while it was running! I am also curious if this particular model of AC has a drain plug. I've looked but I can't find anything that appears to be a plug.
After I opened the front of the unit and discovered it full of ice, I left the unit off until it defrosted, so to speak, after the ice had melted, I turned the unit back on to see what happened. It is working fine now, I'm not sure why it iced up, if this is normal or not, but after it melted the problem was solved.
Posted on Jul 23, 2008
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