The haier is freezing up we bought it last year and its already freezing .. we cleaned the filter and dont know where the evaporator is but no cool air is coming through alot of ice on it though
The hair is just on its second summer and it just freezes non stop. we cleaned the filter and not sure where the evaporator is on it but it wont cool off please help child home and need to keep the house cool due to her condition....
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Hello, it can be a few things.
1) plugged air filter and evaporator coil
2) low refrigerant charge
3) the compressor is not engaging
If you are willing to check out a few things i can tell you exactley whats going on with your ac
Hello, first thing is check the condition of the filter on the front of the unit, if it is dirty wash it and let it dry then reinstall it. Also, it is a good idea to clean the evaporator coil with a can of coil cleaner that you can pick up at any heating and cooling store. Just spray cleaner on evaporator coil and let it dry. If this does not solve the problem tjen the unit might be undercharged and will need a hvac tech to recharge it
The most common reason for an air conditioner to freeze is a clogged evaporator coil. Check and see if the filter is clean If yes then pull the unit our of its case and use the garden hose to clean it out. If it freezes after all of these steps it likely needs a shot of refrigerant.
Freezing is a bad sign... but dont give up yet...
these are the signs that will cause freeze up...
t'sat not shuting off
cooling a room too big for the unit
settings at max but room is still hot
and the worst case... a/c leaking freon..
the leaking part is bad cause if you get someone to put it back in next year (or sooner) you have to call em back to recharge it again...
if everything checks out then it is the leaking freon... throw away...
what you pay $100 or so???
hope this was helpful
First you need to make sure the filter is clean to allow good air flow through the evaporator. If the filter is clean make sure the evaporator is not plugged up with dust and lint. If all that is ok your problem is the a/c BTU's is to big for the size room you have the a/c in and it is getting the room too cold. If that happens the evaporator will ice up and will not cool the room.