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Old 06-26-2013, 05:35 PM   #1
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My A/C was on for four or so hours in a very hot area, 106. It stopped blowing cold air. Do they freeze up? Is it dead? Is there something I need to do?
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To see if it's frozen up, run the fan on high but the A/C off for 20-30 minutes. Then turn on A/C again and listen for the compressor to come on. If the compressor comes on and there is still little or no cool air, you might have a bigger problem.
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Pull the covers and check that the evaporator is not plugged with lint. It will freeze up if there is low air flow or low on refrigerant. Always use high fan speed.

Once up and running, for at least 15 minutes check the air temp to the unit and the air off the unit as close as possible. It should have an 18 to 20 degF difference.

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