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dumblond

02:11PM | 03/25/07
Member Since: 03/24/07
1 lifetime posts
Bvhvac
I keep getting ice build up on my tran central air unit hoses and even on my pipes comeing into my furnace unit in side my home....any ideals what this is caused by and can it be fixed??? once it ices up,the ac stoppes working and i have to wait till it thaws out to restart and get any cool air from the unit....

csherman

11:32AM | 06/01/07
Member Since: 05/31/07
1 lifetime posts
If your A/C lines leading into you cooling coil are freezing (this is the line without the insulation), then your refrigeration system is undercharged. Expansion is occuring infront of the TX value which is characteristic of an undercharged system. You need a A/C tech to check the discharge and suction pressure on you system

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fugazi48

11:11AM | 06/02/07
Member Since: 03/08/06
192 lifetime posts
Yep you guys helped me with this last fall. it was a dirty air filter and low freon. At 6 in the morning before work, I didn't even think to check the filter before calling for a repair guy. (it was like 90 that day and my wife had the Walmart Deli food poisoning. cranky )
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