13 July 2017

AC Cleaning

It occurs to me that my compressor must be doing just fine.

It was managing to make the house 80˚ while sucking 110˚ air through the hole in the inlet duct with the sun and other things heating things up and an 1/8" of crud on the evaporator coil.

Today it's still blowing 58˚ at the duct, holding 74˚ at the thermostat and it's 100˚ in the attic where the air-handler is.

1 comment:

  1. It's good you found the problem before your coil froze, and maybe, severe damage to the compressor. I'd clean the condenser coil, too. Acid based cleaner is the best, and will make the coil look brand new.


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