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  1. #14
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    Quote Originally Posted by badtlc View Post
    I assumed that from his response. I'm asking how the TXV physically does it. What properties of the TXV provide that assistance?
    I take it your not an HVAC Tech?

    TXV has a bulb that will sense the suction line temp (super heat) and control the amount of liquid going into the coil.

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    TXV won't really prevent the coil from freezing.

    It will however slow it from happening. And help to prevent liquid flood back to the compressor. By controling liquid flow to the evap.
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    That is what I was wondering. Thanks.

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