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    Thanks, please post if you find it. I will give my a/c your information. Really appreciate it!! I HOPE this is what he finds! If not, back to square one!

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    Quote Originally Posted by dbstefa View Post
    Thanks, please post if you find it. I will give my a/c your information. Really appreciate it!! I HOPE this is what he finds! If not, back to square one!
    I search my email. I remember I sent the pictures to the manufacture (lennox) thinking they might know. This was from 2013 wow 5 years ago. You can compare my photos to yours. It looks similar. Just an idea if it helps. Notice on the black motor and metal you can see the flakes. Also notice the coil has a dusty film. Before it was worse with bigger flakes.
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    Thank you for the pictures! I will show to the a/c guy. wow amazing how dirty. I HOPE this is our issue and we get it resolved!! Appreciate it!!!. I will keep you posted if we find our issue is the same OR different! Have a great evening! Again, thank you so much for your help!

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyac1 View Post
    I search my email. I remember I sent the pictures to the manufacture (lennox) thinking they might know. This was from 2013 wow 5 years ago. You can compare my photos to yours. It looks similar. Just an idea if it helps. Notice on the black motor and metal you can see the flakes. Also notice the coil has a dusty film. Before it was worse with bigger flakes.
    Hello, I am experiencing a similar problem in a walk in fridge.

    How did this end up getting resolved?

    Sorry for hijacking the thread.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Olivero View Post
    Hello, I am experiencing a similar problem in a walk in fridge.

    How did this end up getting resolved?

    Sorry for hijacking the thread.
    The fix for my situation was thoroughly cleaning the evap coil. But also keep in mind. My situation was drywall dust that will dry up on the evap coil when the A/C was off. When the unit was turned on in the morning it will blow that dust out of the supply vents. If you have a walk in cooler pretty much 100% of the time your evap coil will be wet. If the coil is wet it won’t release the dirt or dust . Unless the evap fans are very very strong. I have seen walk in coolers not set cold enough develope a lot of white mold spores. A walk in box Up around 38-43 degrees is no bueno.
    How ever post your problem in the refrigeration thread. You will get good feed back.

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    Quote Originally Posted by anthonyac1 View Post
    The fix for my situation was thoroughly cleaning the evap coil. But also keep in mind. My situation was drywall dust that will dry up on the evap coil when the A/C was off. When the unit was turned on in the morning it will blow that dust out of the supply vents. If you have a walk in cooler pretty much 100% of the time your evap coil will be wet. If the coil is wet it won’t release the dirt or dust . Unless the evap fans are very very strong. I have seen walk in coolers not set cold enough develope a lot of white mold spores. A walk in box Up around 38-43 degrees is no bueno.
    How ever post your problem in the refrigeration thread. You will get good feed back.
    Ah, I get it, quite different I see.

    Thank you for responding though.

    I did post on the refrigeration side, its being sorted out I hope.

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