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Hi, I have True T49F. When I plug in the system runs, but the evap fans was run. Then for a minute the Compressor frost up. So what do I need to check? Please help......


The compressor will appear to freeze up if the evaporator fan stops running while the compressor is running. I would look for a defective evaporator fan if I understand you correctly. Fans will sometimes stop when they should be running. Defective fan does not always stop running when they go bad
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