Question about Heating & Cooling
Neither. Your problem is simple. If you look inside your unit which is located outside. The compressor. There should be a silver, oval in shape, part usually affixed to the wall of the unit. This device, if swollen or mishapen, thats your culprit. Replacement cost is approximately $15.00. The only other problem you may have without looking at the unit is. It may have a serious leak that have allowed all freon to escape. If there are no freon your unit will not freeze up.
Posted on Aug 21, 2008
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