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My SDE - 120N Loads up and runs perfect for about 5 minutes and then it beeps twice and shuts down and restarts. Why?


listen to hear if the cooling fan turns on, you can probably turn it over and look through the grid, if it is loaded with lint then blow it out.. possible your CPU cooling fan is shot

Apr 30, 2015 | Computers & Internet

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What are the Hi and Low pressures of the Freon for a Coleman model BRCSoi81BD??


If it blows COLD air "AND" the condenser freezes, it is a SURE sign of the system being OVER-CHARGED with FREON. Using a recovery tank and HVAC manifold/hoses, remove Freon from the system to the recovery tank, keeping a watchful eye on a multi-meter with an amp-probe around the compressor wire. When the OPTIMAL charge is obtained, the amp meter will dip to its LOWEST point. When a system is overcharged, it causes premature failure of the compressor.



Good luck.

Aug 31, 2014 | Coleman Heating & Cooling

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I have 1994 Chevy Lumina 4dr 3.1 Multi Point, Front W/D, F1, 6cyl. My air conditioner was blowing warm air @ 2mos ago & my husband added freon & a/c began blowing cooler air but, not as cold as...


You have a Freon leak because all the fittings, seals, coils rubber, compressor seals and entire AC system will need to be checked out by someone that can find the problem and resolve them or you will never get this fixed. A/C in cars get hot in the summer and cold in winter and all the seals dry out. The system needs to have all the air and moisture pulled out before any Freon in charged into repaires A/C unit or the system will not cool properly.That is the only way to resolve this Tammy, Thanks Sea Breeze

Jun 15, 2013 | Heating & Cooling

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Furnace blowing warm air, ac overheats


Sounds like it is tripping on it's high pressure switch. This could be caused by a dirty condenser coil, overcharge of refrigerant, or non condensables in the system ( air most likely). I would get a second opinion from a repuatable company, sounds like he's trying to rip you off.

Sep 25, 2012 | Bryant Heating & Cooling

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LG 52sx4d blows the 5a fuse on the small power board


Call or visit online Encompass Parts Distrubtion
type in your model number they should list Boards and Parts numbers 1-800-638-3328

Jan 12, 2010 | LG 52SX4D 52" HDTV

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I have an 1992 grand marquis mercury the air condition is blowing but its not blowing as cold as it should. And it is also filled with freon.


compressors do get old & dryer/accumulators do get less efficient. if you have a poor cooling fan or cooling system those also can affect A/C performance, ovefull refridgerant system can also affect the performance. I would have a reputable shop inspect system performance & make sure you have the CORRECT amount & type of freon in the vehicle. If repairs are required make sure you upgrade to R134A . It's much less expensive & up to date.

Oct 15, 2009 | 1992 Mercury Grand Marquis

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I would strongly recommend going to a tuner for that kind of work... If you want to stay on the cheap I would say absolutely no more than a dry 50 shot... I would definitely put in a water/methanol injection system for spraying nitrous on top of being turbocharged... At minimum get an air/fuel ratio gauge to keep from leaning out... The cheapest way to get more power out of your car is to get an MBC(manual boost controller) Just 4-5 psi higher boost will blow your mind and will still be within range of your stock ecu to keep enough fuel to your engine... and your turbo is there all the time... nitrous runs out!

Aug 10, 2009 | 1997 Eagle Talon

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How to Clean 1984 TRANE Cooling VENTS inside house No Manuals


The Outdoor unit will be easy 1st diconeect power at panel, or disconnect box near unit. Remove top of unit, be careful not to damage fan blades. Spray coils (fins) with a light degreaser let is soak for 5 mins. wash out coils from inside the unit out. Spray straight on so you push the dirt out the other side.

Re assemble and start up.

Indoor coil will be accessed by removing front cover and you may have another cover to expose the inside of the coil fins. That is where you need to clean. Spray degreaser on coils and rinse off. If its gunked up then use a wire brush 1st. Carefull not to bend the fins over.

Check the drain pan at bottom of the coil to be sure it's not full of stuff. Blow out if needed.

You should be clean and ready for the season

Jul 02, 2009 | Ruud Central System Air Conditioner

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Car ac malfunctioning


/Does the compressor kick in compressor or the compressor clutch might be shot

Feb 05, 2009 | 1998 Honda Civic

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