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Old 10-17-2016, 04:29 PM   #11
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Running your fan on low can contribute to icing. Keeping lots of airflow through the evaporator helps keep it from icing.

For manual control, turn the compressor on low and or turn the temp control down, but keep the fan on high.

For thermostat control, do whatever... but keep the fan on high.

It may be noisy and/or annoying, but the high airflow keeps the evaporator from icing up.
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Old 10-17-2016, 05:52 PM   #12
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Running your fan on low can contribute to icing. Keeping lots of airflow through the evaporator helps keep it from icing.

For manual control, turn the compressor on low and or turn the temp control down, but keep the fan on high.

For thermostat control, do whatever... but keep the fan on high.

It may be noisy and/or annoying, but the high airflow keeps the evaporator from icing up.
Good advice. I ran the fan on high after it froze up and didn't have another problem the rest of our trip. The temps in Florida got up into the 80s the the AC worked great.
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