Question about Frigidaire Heating & Cooling
The compressor kicks in but the unit is not cooling. I cleaned the filter, and vacumed the unit. After removing the unit from the wall sleeve I noticed water in the catch basin. I removed the water, and cleaned the coils. The fan speed changes when going from low to high. Could the unit have a leak after three years of running ok? What can I do to determine the cause and possible re-charge the unit?
Apparently the freon has escaped or the metering device for the freon is plugged up. Either way, it's expensive. Check your warranty for "sealed system" repairs.
Posted on Jul 27, 2008
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