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Old 03-04-2012, 12:23 AM   #16
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running a/c with panel off


When done,the underside of the coil should look like the top of the coil that you have pictured above.
Biggles has a point though,if your coil is as bad as it is then you should also clean the blades on the blower squirl cage .
If you get the coil clean and the blower clean and keep a clean filter installed,your a/c should be able to blow the candles on your dining room tables out with nice cool air.

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Old 03-04-2012, 05:46 AM   #17
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if the Op could rent that 2.5G pump sprayer and do the condenser cleaner ONE GALLON trick that thing would foam itself up bigtime,and get the inside dust/dirt within the coil..up to him.reson a pump sprayer is recommended a bottle sprayer won't get into the FINs but the PS will inject that light acid thru the FINs and give him maximm heat transfer with the approching cooling season....18F split(return vs supply) on a air handler like that would be typical...

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