Hello, Thanks for this great forum
The AC pipe from my outside unit had ice around it this morning. I looked inside the unit below the fan and there was ice at the very bottom of the unit on the pipes, coils and cement slab. It was 72 degree this morning.
There is is no air being sucked through the intake where the filter is inside the house. The air is still blowing out of the system vents throughout the house but it is slowly coming out of the vents with very low pressure. When I turn the AC off and just turn the fan on it's the same result, air blowing at a very low pressure. I turned everything off and am going to let it thaw while I am at work. The air filter in the unit was pretty dirty at the time.
The AC was set on about 68 and it was cycling, not running non-stop
Does anyone have any suggestions on what to do? I usually am a real handy man but am not too familiar with HVAC. Thank you for any suggestions.