George Gereis
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Super Seal and Dry R

Started this discussion. Last reply by James White Sep 13, 2013. 3 Replies

Hi, I installed my York system 2 years ago July 2011 and this month I found ice on my coils, I have 3.5 ton system with new refrigerant line about 35 ft long. the system came already charged with 4.4…Continue

 

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James White replied to George Gereis's discussion Super Seal and Dry R
"You may be focusing on the wrong culprit.  Ice forming on your coils could be caused by too little air flowing over the coil or an over-sized air conditioner.  The evaporator coils on my 3.5 ton AC frequently iced up before the…"
Sep 13, 2013
Eric Kjelshus replied to George Gereis's discussion Super Seal and Dry R
"all refrigerant systems leak.  all roofs leak.  all windows leak. All doors leak.   I use a lot of sealant  and clip light is better of all of them and if need be you can blow out all the "bubble gum"  with flush…"
Sep 5, 2013
Daniel Mellick replied to George Gereis's discussion Super Seal and Dry R
"   I have heard of York having some problems with leaking coils(along with almost all brands). Super seal could be used if this is the case and you have micro leaks, but this would be a band aid approach. If your system is…"
Sep 1, 2013
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Super Seal and Dry R

Hi, I installed my York system 2 years ago July 2011 and this month I found ice on my coils, I have 3.5 ton system with new refrigerant line about 35 ft long. the system came already charged with 4.4 pound of refrigerant which support 15 ft line . the guy who installed it did not add any refrigerant for the extra 20 ft pipe. One HVAC person came to my house and added 3.11 pounds of refrigerant to the system and checked leaks and did not find any by the joints. then said he could do the deal…See More
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Super Seal and Dry R

Hi, I installed my York system 2 years ago July 2011 and this month I found ice on my coils, I have 3.5 ton system with new refrigerant line about 35 ft long. the system came already charged with 4.4 pound of refrigerant which support 15 ft line . the guy who installed it did not add any refrigerant for the extra 20 ft pipe. One HVAC person came to my house and added 3.11 pounds of refrigerant to the system and checked leaks and did not find any by the joints. then said he could do the deal…See More
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