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Old 06-27-2014, 07:12 PM   #1
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Air Conditioner units on Palazzo's

One of my two Air Conditioner Units is not as cold. What are the primary preventative maintenance steps I should be doing to ensure my units work?
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First, measure the difference in output air vs. intake air after 15mins of running on high fan and cool. It should be bare minimum of 15*F. 20*F is preferred.

Then we go from there. Coils and filters need to be cleaned periodically.
If temp is not up to spec, then we check amp draw as well.
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Ok, there is not a lot written on how to get these covers off to clean the coils and filters. Are you able to provide easy steps on how to take cover off?
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Ok, there is not a lot written on how to get these covers off to clean the coils and filters. Are you able to provide easy steps on how to take cover off?
Just a suggestion, there is a Palazzo section that is monitored by a ton of Palazzo owners and you would get more responses if you posted you questions there.
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