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  1. #14
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    Check the discharge temp if it's like 90. Your flooded!!!

  2. #15
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    I will do that when I return. What's a good guesstimate for proper discharge temp ?

  3. #16
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    190 sounds good!!!

  4. #17
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    What's odd is your low lo side!! If the indoor metering device was bypassing you would think your low side would be higher!!

  5. #18
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    I just looked at Carriers troubleshooting chart for this model. It points towards LOW CHARGE for low suction pressure. Or dirty filters,dampers partly closed,duct restricted,indoor coil frosted,liquid line restricted,piston restricted,indoor coil screen restricted.

  6. #19
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    Well I'm going to call it a day. I'll keep ya posted how it turns out and thanks for hanging in there with me.

  7. #20
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    Quote Originally Posted by VTP99 View Post
    I just looked at Carriers troubleshooting chart for this model. It points towards LOW CHARGE for low suction pressure. Or dirty filters,dampers partly closed,duct restricted,indoor coil frosted,liquid line restricted,piston restricted,indoor coil screen restricted.
    Ok,let us know when you pull out the excess refrigerant and fix the airflow problem!!!

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