No Frost on evaporator coils
Compressor, condenser, and evaporator fan are all running. Defrost heater seems to work fine but I can't get any frost on my coils? It forms on the tubing on the left side and bottom of the coils -Thats it!
In the picture I have circled in red the only frosted parts of the coil assembly.
What is the problem?
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If the evaporator is covered partially, possible there is a problem with the sealed system.
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If you want to see a picture I can send it.
I read somewhere that someone had a similar problem and it ended up being the evaporator fan motor. I guess the RPMs were low. They replaced the motor and circuit board and that took care of it. Is there any way of testing the evaporator fan? Or is there a way of verifying that there is a problem with the sealed system?
If there is a problem with the evaporator fan, the evaporator will be completely frozen up.
If there is only a chunk of ice somewhere on the coils, very likely the system is low on Freon due to a leak.
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