Just got my 12 year old home's entire outside unit replaced. It was a York. 2.5 ton for my 2,450 Sq Ft home (incl basement size). They put in a Payne (Bryant?) unit. I can only assume it's the same 'size' (2.5 Ton). It runs fine.
We would never set ours to below 76 or so before this. And it was nice and cold feeling.
Now, at 75 or 76, the humidity is 66 or so and it feels sticky. The carpet feels damp almost. I am not very satisfied.
The installer showed me that the drain from the inside coil was clogged and showed me how to use a shop-vac to suck it out and get it running again.
I've had to do this twice in 4 days now, it appears.
When we set it to 72 or 73, the humidity drops to 50%, but it's too cold for us.
What is the next step I should do? Is there something wrong with my inside coil, too?
Thanks in advance. I just found this place and have no history in reading it, so if I made a faux pas, just let me know.
[Edited by billsmith on 08-05-2005 at 04:07 PM]