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    possible causes

    Web Results For: 2 1/2 ton heat pump, 15 years old, no previous service, not cooling, odb is 95 degrees,in door is 80 degrees,suction pressure is 55 psig, high side is 180 psig,suction temp is 76 degrees, line temp is 96 degrees, the amps are low what is my problem

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    possible causes

    Web Results For: 2 1/2 ton heat pump, 15 years old, no previous service, not cooling, odb is 95 degrees,in door is 80 degrees,suction pressure is 55 psig, high side is 180 psig,suction temp is 76 degrees, line temp is 96 degrees, the amps are low what is my problem

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    Quote Originally Posted by vatoloco View Post
    Web Results For: 2 1/2 ton heat pump, 15 years old, no previous service, not cooling, odb is 95 degrees,in door is 80 degrees,suction pressure is 55 psig, high side is 180 psig,suction temp is 76 degrees, line temp is 96 degrees, the amps are low what is my problem
    No previous service.........
    I wish I had a $1.00 for every response I deleted.....

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    so your saying that it should be running fine there is no problems

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    Quote Originally Posted by beshvac View Post
    No previous service.........


    Check filters, out door condenser dirty.
    Call a pro, get your system serviced. It will save you time and a lot of aggravation in the long run.
    Never give up; Never surrender!

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    i replace my in door filter also clean my condenser and my acoil

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    More than

    the homeowner is able to diagnose or repair. You need to call a service tech.
    GO NAVY, BEAT ARMY!

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    possible causes

    thanks for your help

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    no need to post same ?? in multiple forums.


    where did these web results come from?
    It`s better to be silent and thought the fool; than speak and remove all doubt.

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    The problem is...........15 years - no previous service.
    Start there.
    Have it professionally cleaned.
    Problem should become obvious.
    "Hey Lama, hey, how about a little something, you know, for the effort." And he says, "there won't be any money, but when you die, on your deathbed, you will receive total consciousness." So I got that goin' for me, which is nice. - Carl Spackler

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    Quote Originally Posted by dandyme View Post
    no need to post same ?? in multiple forums.


    where did these web results come from?
    Agreed, Threads merged together

    Carry on

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    Service once a decade is recommended as a minimum, once a year is preferable.
    It's not rocket-science...

    It's electromechanical thermodynamic engineering

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