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Luke Barnes

Luke Barnes 2017-12-18T18:09:27+0000

A) When the refrigerant inside an air conditioning system falls below 32 degree Fahrenheit, humidity on the evaporator coil freezes. And the coils become encased in ice, thus your AC fails to cool your house properly.

Here are some reasons due to which AC coils gets frozen:

  • Insufficient air flow – If there is not enough air flowing through your indoor evaporator coils.

  • Dirty Evaporaot coils - If there is too much gunk and buildup on the coils themselves, they won’t be able to absorb the heat it needs to cool your home properly.

  • Malfunctioning motor - If there is not enough air moving over your evaporator coils, then the coil will get too cold and freeze up.

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