It could be a faulty wire or connection. It could also be a faulty sensor or display unit.
The temperature in the house is that of the temperature outside
An air conditioner uses refrigerant to transfer heat from one place to another, such as from inside the home to the outside.
What about them?
yes you can
low side readings between 30 to 40psi and the high side between 200 to 250psi depending on the outside temperature…………….
i think you subtract the evaporator temp from the outside temp?
No. An air conditioner operates with a condenser which circulates the air past refrigerant-filled coils, which thereby allows it blow out cold air. They have no ability to heat.
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No, but it's a good idea to protect any metal equipment from extreme weather.
Can possibly be multiple things.. Outside temperature, too much volume in the room, weak AC, Old filter.
Basically the freezer does work to keep the inside at a lower temperature than outside. The coolant is compressed, and uses absorbed heat to expand again.
A split air conditioner is a unit where the condensing unit is outside and the evaporator is inside.