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Freezing after few hours.

Unit although set on 80 F freezes after few hours and never stops until is completely frozen.

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  • claudemarku Aug 23, 2008

    Cleaning the filter was the first thing I did.

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1. it can be due to fliter choked and not cleaned .

2. Refrigerant is less..

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I had same problem,it is a leak in the coooling coils

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Is the filter clean? If not then the fan cannot draw air thru the coils to exhaust moisture.. and will build up and freeze ..

Posted on Aug 23, 2008

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    Rick Gelin Aug 23, 2008

    Probably the thermocouple then... If it never shuts down..then the only way it can sense temp to know it is at the setting is with the themocouple sensor...When the temp set point equals the feedback it shust off.. similar to a house themostat... Hope that helps

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