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Old 09-16-2011, 02:47 PM   #46
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Is there a liquid line filter drier inside the outdoor unit, or one on the line just outside the outdoor unit, or one at the air handler/evap coil?
as far as I can tell by following the line from coil to condensor, there is none at all, unless its inside the condensor unit and I just cant see it after my quick look

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Old 09-16-2011, 03:02 PM   #47
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It may have one inside the cabinet. And it may be restricted. A SC check would probably reveal if it is or not.
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Old 09-21-2011, 08:10 AM   #48
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I'm going to take a wild guess that most of you guys could of fixed this in a day...... these people have been out 4 times how and still haven't fixed it... every time they do something simple and say they cant do something until later we have to schedule for another day.... put a pump on, schedule for next day..... change the orface cant test it since its "too cold", i thought 65 was fine to run an AC?, schedule for another day.... come out to test it, still freezing up "we dont have time to do anything else today, we just had scheduled time to test".... schedule for another day *rips out hair*
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Old 09-23-2011, 08:15 AM   #49
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alright..... it's fixed now..... the guy came out (from the same company, but probably the 4th guy now...) looked at it, started it up, read the gauges, said basically "uh you are overcharged"... told him it was your guys that just a month ago said it was down 1lb 11oz of R-22 and he just looks at me and goes well he f%$#ed up... guy reclaimed it.. got it to the "correct levels" ran it, no more freezes.... cleaned the furnace, ran a complete test, for once someone that cared! checked all the caps everything.

well it's working perfectly now, just intime for winter *lol*

but to make it more aggrevating, get the bill today...... for "completed work".... charged every time out and time they wern't there... and didn't even refund me for the reclaimed R-22 they charged me for the first time... ugh

just to find out they are the ones that screwed up, cost me $875........ now since they are the ones that messed up, why in the world should I have to pay for them to fix their problems? ugh..... 10 hours charged + parts..... parts being the orface they changed the first time thinking it was that and never checking the levels the first 3 times they came out to check this out...
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Old 09-23-2011, 10:17 PM   #50
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Call them and talk to the service manager, or owner. And calmly explain everything that has happened, and that you feel that you shouldn't be paying for the problems they caused.

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