yes, need to check charge. Does the coil is clean inside?
I will have to check most of these questions when I get home this evening. However, the "squirrel cage" (which made me laugh because that's exactly what it looks like!) is clean except for a little bit of dust, but there is nothing caked on it.is the supply air out of the vents strong as always? if not check the round fins on the squirrel cage within the furnace..coil looks clean ,are you getting condensate out of the furnace drain line...check the main return air grill up in the hallway should hold a sheet of paper without sliding down...:wink: how cold is that suction insulated line coming off that coil should be like a glass of water with ice in it
That makes sense! I already looked at the blower to see if it was dirty (it is clean) and I also spun the wheel by hand and it moves freely. However, I didn't check the belt or anything else.48 degree cold air comes in, that is even better than a new system. All you need to find out is if the cold air is strong enough. check all the ducts, inline filters and also make sure the blower fan is still good.
:laughing: I'm not even close to 8 feet! I'm not at home, so I can't do a true measurement. But I am willing to guess that I can probably only feel it from 3 maybe 4 feet away.A simple check. the cold air should be strong enough so that you can feel it by hand at least 8 feet away.
I'm not sure which one is the suction line but it was the one that is insulated...If the suction line was frozen your system is under charge. Don't let A/C running or the EVAP coil will be a solid ice block.
Yes:thumbsup:I'm not sure which one is the suction line but it was the one that is insulated...
I'm calling the AC repair guy tomorrow. Luckily the Delta Breeze is kicking in tonight and it won't be as hot as it was last week.Yes:thumbsup: