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I have a Goodman home A/C unit and the copper line coming into the house freezes up. The unit continues to run with no cold air. I was told it is either dirty or low on Freon. Are they correct? If it is low on Freon is this something that I can do myself. Thanks.

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If you have ice on bigger copper line and no cooling then the unit is low in freon.

As far as cleaning it,you should clean the outside condenser in the spring.Use some simple green and a hose to clean the coils,this will make it better for the heat to transfer to the outside and cut your costs of running the unit down.

No you can not do freon yourself you need to be cfc certified now,which means you can not buy freon.Best to have a service person come out.

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    The indoor air handler coil is the coil your service people are referring to.
    It should be inspected and cleaned periodically.
    If dirty it will cause freeze up of the inside coil.
    A clean outdoor coilis important but does not cause a freeze up.

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Your indoor unit filter or coil is dirty or your ac low on gas becouse leaking

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