04:52AM | 09/24/08
Member Since: 04/08/08
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I just changed the filters in my A/C closet a couple of days ago. While I was down there (it is an upflow system) I made it a point to clean up as much dust and line that I can.

This ;morning I hear a crackling sound so I investigate and find that the coils are thickly frozen up. It's my understanding that it means a dirty filter or low freon. \

What are the other possibilities?



01:50PM | 10/01/08
Member Since: 09/30/08
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There are two possible reasons your coil is froze up 1. The coil is very dirty, or two you are low of refrigerant, let the coil defrost, turn the air back on. the temperature coming out of your register should be 20 to 30 Degrees colder than the temp in your house. good luck


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