Been having problems at my apartment with my hvac (central air) with the coils freezing over and maintenance told me it needs to be charged with freon. I always thought freon assisted with cooling rather than heating. ELI5
My refrigerator ( Kenmore Elite 795.72483. 410) hasn't been getting as cold as it should and my freezer isn't freezing. I opened the back to take a look and found this? Is it indicative of a freon leak?
Thanks for any help you can offer.
I just purchased my Dream car. 2021 Type R , Sonic Grey.
the day I test drove the car the AC wasn't cooling properly. Sales rep said it will get fixed - they just added Freon, lols
2 days later Freon is gone & AC isn't cooling making hissing noises, I take it back they add Freon plus the backlight dye to find the leak.
another 2 days later, this would be my 2nd time going back for the same issue on a brand new car! they find the Freon leak from an O-Ring. they replace the O-Ring & "fixed" it.
another 2 days later the AC isn't cooling, Freon is gone & hissing noise come back.
at this point I'm completely upset, being from Miami, FL AC is a must! I left the TypeR at Honda so they can fix it completely & fully diagnose the car.
I have already talked to corporate & they will fix the issue free of cost (of course). This is just an inconvenience especially when its a brand new dream car I paid 7k over msrp for.
i made this post to see if anyone here has had issues with the AC on their TypeR ??
I have a five year old sedan, and the a/c has always worked fine. How can you burn Freon and not run out? I suppose this applies to refrigerators and all a/c's as well.
So I have a 2018 Honda Accord that started blowing hot air and had the condenser replaced and put new freon inside of it. But it's still not blowing cold air. Is there something that would cause it to still not work?
Does anyone know who removes freon from old appliances locally and what the going rate is for a freezer.
Our landlord is dragging their feet on refilling the freon in the HVAC in our house. It is almost November and I am cold. Is it okay to turn on the heat? My roommates think it might damage the system but I'm not convinced. Everywhere else I have found online only mentions the air conditioning (which my understanding is that that's the cooling? is this a regional vocab thing?). So what about the heat?
We are currently in the process of requesting repairs on a home we are trying to purchase in the US and our initial inspection noted the ac was not cooling properly. The sellers had an inspection done and their guy said the system was functioning as normal. We didn’t trust that and had our own hvac inspection done and he found the unit was 2lbs low of Freon. The ac unit is 10 years old and the furnace, although functioning, is 21 years old. We don’t know the extent of the leak or how long it has been happening. The system is zoned and uses r22 refrigerant. We can ask for them to replace the unit, but in the event they say no based on their hvac guy saying everything is working, we really don’t want to lose this house. I only know a tiny bit about hvac stuff and I’m looking for advice or input of what we can expect if we follow through with the purchase without the sellers replacing the unit. If we end up replacing ourselves, what would an estimated cost be? The home is about 2,700sqft