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Freezing up and thermostat not cutting off

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Are the coils freezing up half way down or all the way up? Half-ways down means low on freon, all the way up, mean low air flow,due to dirty filter, and adjust the thermostat up a little higher, it could be going out also.

Posted on Sep 01, 2008

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