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Is it too cold outside to run my AC?

HeatingHelpHeatingHelp Posts: 167
edited June 8 in THE MAIN WALL
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Is it too cold outside to run my AC?

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  • TWrichTWrich Posts: 1Member
    edited June 8
    This thread seems extremely professional, well done! Great back and forth. Thanks.
  • unclejohnunclejohn Posts: 1,289Member
    I installed a furnace and A/C in Dec a few years back and got a call in early June to check the A/c it would cool a while and then not so good. Check it and found that the metal plate at the top of the A coil had blown off and was laying inside the evap cab. All the air was blowing straight up through the top of the coil. That was a first for me.
  • GBartGBart Posts: 552Member
    1 mismatched units, 3 ton outdoor 4 ton indoor, ok if blower dialed in correctly, 2 - 2 stage condenser, indoor section has to be configured to match in board during installation, unit is rated for 70*F outdoor, below 82*F outdoor the unit should remain in 1st stage, low ambient control kit recommended
  • GBartGBart Posts: 552Member
    outdoor manual - http://www.utcccs-cdn.com/hvac/docs/1011/Public/04/42101600100_ICP_10443.pdf

    indoor manual - http://icpindexing.toddsit.com/documents/086477/49621510300.pdf

    again, speculation is nice but the factory manuals are the Bible for any given unit
  • LeonardLeonard Posts: 439Member
    edited June 12
    I know my 20 k window AC evaporator ices up after a while when it's <70 outside. But it's likely a midge low on R-22, I picked it up used 28 years ago at a yard sale. Only cleaned it and replaced worn switch. Some Vornado?? unit.
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