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The compressor seems to only run for a short period of time. Please help.

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May I ask how you know that the freon level is good. If while it is running, there is not ice cold air coming from it, this would definitely indicate a problem with low pressure freon which would most likely indicate a leak. Only trained professionals are able to check it so unless this has been done, please don't assume that there is plenty of freon if you are doing such a thing. please let me know how you checked it and if it really is fine, then a sensor is bad.

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Most new modern A/C units have a built in safety device to disable the compressor if the freon is too low.


hope this may help;

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VOTIT

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A short cycling compressor signals an inadequate freon level in the system.

The freon level should be checked by a HVAC professional.

You also may have a leak in your freon system, as freon does not get consumed during the cooling cycle.

Good Luck

Please respond with comments/more info.

Brian

Posted on Aug 05, 2008

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    Brian Berndt Aug 05, 2008

    Please also check to see if your washable filter is dirty. If it is obstructing the flow of air, it could cause inefficiencies that might cause the compressor to behave as you have mentioned.





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