Type: Posts; User: John Culpepper
Jumper the FCS and watch it. Is the unit 410a? I have replaced FCS with one of a lower psi rating.
If it has the fan cycle switches I would check those. I know I've replaced a few.
Will not glorify you...
Page three, sir.
Just so you know in the future, the things that will cause an iced evap coil is : lack of refrigerant flow(blocked evap coil, bad filters, crushed return duct) or lack of air through the system.
Try looking up aafame dot org. They have a job posting section.
If there is ice formed on your condenser then you either have a restriction in the airflow for the evaporator or refrigerant, Or you could be low on refrigerant.
Honestly, I got mine so people would leave me alone. Since tattoos have become more mainstream, people aren't as put off by them.( So people aren't leaving me alone):gah:
The best time to cut through Austin is between 7pm and 5am. Otherwise you're screwed.:whistle:
Like 2sac, mine are about 20 years old. I was an antisocial...
Our Trane dealer started stocking them when they realized the money they were missing out on.
I thought cockroaches only ran around at night.
Looks like the business has changed too.
Looks like my apartment complex.
Watch some of his other youtube flicks. He uses his propane bottle to kill yellow jacket nests.
Lol! Look at the ground.(pine cone, I hope) If not, that condenser is in a sh!tty neighborhood.
The picture you had for the evap coil was from the downstream side. Just saying. :whistle:
I would have someone come out and see if the evap coil is dirty or maybe a crushed return duct. Could also be dirty blower wheel.
Probably is freezing up, judging by photo #2, the rust stains on the blower housing and panel indicate that the water from the pan is bypassing the coil at high velocity.
Where are the wires for the contactor coil? Are the neutrals in separate wire nuts?
Holy schmoly, not only no, but hell no.
Damn, is that glassed in? Poor condenser. :(
Lol, that was great.