Question about Heating & Cooling
Check the Liquid line drier. Make sure the temperature on either side of the drier is the SAME.
If there is no drier, and there is an expansion valve installed in the air handler, then it might be "hunting" or have some trash or non-condensibles in the lines. The Liquid line must be in the low to mid 200psi range. Is the condensor coil clean? It must be.
Also is the filter new and not too restirctive? Don't use one of those 3 month filters. Think about this, if it is so good, and lasts 3 months, then each month, it gets loaded more and more. Imagine the particulates collected over a 3 month period!
Hope this helps.
Posted on Aug 08, 2008
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