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Air conditioner My window air conditioner keeps forming ice on the inside behind the filter, why is it doing this and how do i fix it?

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1.wash cooling coil properly.
2.check blower fan motor speed
3.may be there is gas leakage in units
4.if copressure below then 300 psi then copressure not working properly.check compressure.pressure must be 600psi.

Posted on Mar 16, 2008

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Two reaons for this. One, the evap coil may need cleaned. Two, you unit may have a leak and needs freon added.

Posted on Aug 18, 2007

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