Question about Cooking
SOURCE: air con blows warm air
A couple of things will cause this problem. The first is making sure the compressor has voltage (blown fuse). The most common is it is low on refrigerant. Freon 134a. Good Luck.
Posted on Apr 26, 2010
The only other thing then would be if the compressor is turning, engaging, and the cooling fan working properly. You should either be able to see the compressor clutch engage, as the switch is energized, or at least hear it click loudly when the switch is energized. If it is not, then there are sensors for the low pressure/high pressure line to tell the compressor when to function, that also have to be checked.
As the engine runs with the compressor turning, one line should be hot/warm, the othe,r (larger diameter hose) should be cool/cold, if the system is working properly.
If the compressor is turning when you have the A/C turned on, then see if the cooling fan is running as well. It must run to remove the heat and cause the process to function properly.
Posted on Mar 28, 2012
I am in the Same situation, I have completely removed the tank, and dismantled it, what is clogging it is the gunk left behind by cheap butane, I keep researching but no one has a solvent or liquid that will dissolve the gunk, I am considering vinegar but I think it will ruin the seals, Please tell me if you know any way to disolve the green oil gunk.
Posted on Jul 10, 2013
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