Can somebody help me? Moisture in A/C?
With this humid weather we have been wanting to use our A/C. The problem is that the system really isn’t getting cold. Cool but not cold. The guy that did our furnance last year reinstalled the condenser unit that we had from a previous installation. The problem is that the unit sat outside for a while disconnected. Apparently this allowed a bunch of water to enter the system which is causing the pressures to spike. The installer is saying the compresser will have all this water in it’s oil which he’ll never be able to remove all of it. He’s recommending we replace the condensing unit. I was hoping there was somebody on the board that would know enough about these systems to help me make a informed decision. Is there any way we can get this moisture out of the unit or is it really toast? Why can’t we just replace the oil? Why can’t just the compresser be replaced and evac the lines/evaporator/condenser?
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