No this isnt unseasonal for Wisconsin. I was under dressed probably. It was in the teens today. And I didnt front seat the suction service valve but I should have cause that would do it to.
So from my experienced friends at hvac talk.com The head pressure is on the low side. You all seem to agree so I will go with that.
Do you guys think this unit is possibly still undercharged since without a headmaster we would be condensing around 50 degrees. Possibly thats all the condenser can flood with the charge and thats the pressure translating to the Reciever. In this scenario the site glass could possibly still be full of liquid correct? You would think though after adding 10 lbs this would do something to the head pressure. I dont understand how I only have 22# in the suction line and 12 degrees superheat. At that low pressure I would think super heat would be high. I guess thought the suction pressure was a little higher when I initially started charging and the cooler was in the 40s than when I was done and it was down to temp.
Oh another thing my original concern was the frost snow layer on the ditributors. There covered to the coil. Then theres just some light frost on the coil. Nothing major yet. Im always a little worried and anxious. Thanks, Dan