air conditioner condenser coil icing up
If by aluminum radiator core you are talking about the indoor coil, you may be low on refrigerant, have a dirty filter, or the indoor blower is not working properly.
When you are running your air conditioner and it stops then the air conditioner is froze up. You have to cut it off for a while, and let it warm up. You have to turn the thermometer between 70-75 to keep it from freezing up.
What wire do you need to use to hook up air conditioner ? Does it need to be 10/2 with ground? How do I connect this. Thanks!!
This has much to do with how the air conditioner and the heater is vented. If the air conditioner draws its air from outside it could be picking up air / smell of smoke from the other family and then redistributing it into your home. A heater on the other had usually has a heater input vent within the house it is heating (it draws the interior air in and then heats it blowing it back out) as the air within the home will be significantly warmer than the exterior air.
Could be several things...It could be low on refridgerant or the coils could be dirty. Check the coils first as this is something you can do your self.
NO If the unit is on its side or upside down, the oil can run out of the compressor and it will seize up. They do make a vertical air conditioner to fit into the taller windows which open side to side.
Central of course because it is larger.
air conditioners heat up
Because a fan only stirs up the hot air while an air conditioner removes humidity as well as cools the air.
How to recharge my air conditioner and have not been able to find a cap. Where do I hook up the coolant to refill the air con?
Your air conditioner compressor may be seized up. If it is seized up the belt would lock up every time you turn on the air conditioner, causing the car to die.
Heat rises, so placing the air conditioner high allows the unit to cool the hottest air that is at the top of the room.
I see this happen a lot. The thermostat is turned down way to low (60 degrees or lower) causing ice to build up on the air conditioners condenser coils. Which causes the air not to get through the coils. The icing of the condenser creates a blockage and the air conditioner doesn't cool the house or room. Making you think it is not working. If not corrected the compressor will overheat. (Not Good). Turn the air conditioner off until the ice has melted (probably 24 hours). Then turn the air conditioner back on with the thermostat set to 68 to 70 degrees and it should go away. If not call a technician.
Inspect the instruction manual in case there is an easy fix, otherwise call up the manufacturer in order to hire a handyman to come and solve the problem or find someone locally to come and fix the air conditioner
At Walmart, you will definitely find portable air conditioner. The price range is from 400$ up. You can even have it delivered to your place or just pick it up at the store.
If your air conditioner is acting up first check to see if the problem may just be that its dirty. If its not working at all then it will be necessary for a repair man.
No. The ECM is a computer.
feel it up
Yes, it is better to buy a ductless air conditioner. However, it is more of a matter of opinion on which to choose. The ductless air conditioner is better, aesthetically. It's more modern and fits into a normal home. A normal air conditioner takes up a window space, which ruins a beautiful view. However, ductless AC systems are harder to repair, however, they are still pretty durable.
an air conditioner because it warms up to make cold air
The air conditioning uses up the battery power.
no obstruction to deal with. hot air rises and cold air sinks
A central air conditioner is different from a window or wall unit in that it cools the whole house or business. The most common reason for ice to be forming on the air conditioner is that the filters are clogged. In an air conditioner for your home, the filter is the same one as the burner for your heat. I change mine on the 1st of the month. Twelve filters cost about $.50 each so for six to eight bucks you can save yourself the cost of a service call. Don't buy the pleated filters - they restrict too much air, causing ice buildups.
A blower motor is a motor which is used in your car, or home to force air from the outside in and either heat it up or cool it down via your Central Air Conditioner or heating system