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I read in another thread, someone said liquid should never get to the compressor. My question, isn't the liquid line the suction of the compressor?? wouldn't it be kinda impossible to not get liquid...
Thanks, this is what I needed to hear. I'll get my guy in today.
I'm not going to give him a hard time, I'm just saying I don't want to call him out to tell me I need to change my filter. He's my...
I'm sure changing the coil will help, but if that's my problem I don't know. I'm not saying I won't change it, I might(actually tell the guy to change it) I don't think that's my problem.
oh yeah, my house, is 1998sqft.......should I have gone bigger??
my, you guys are active. wasn't expecting a reply so soon, much less 3.
4 ton, thanks.......how'du know.
liquid line temp?? is that the same as suction line temp?? I mentioned that, if it is....
..........or am I missing something.
Outside unit.Amana RCB48B2A...is there anyway to tell the tonage of this unit?
ambient outside temp.......92*F
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