Yes, of course it's possible, it's leaking again. Sorry to hear. That has
been expensive. I'm with you, to call several other companies, and see what
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I have 3.5 Ton Packaged 7 year old R22 Coleman heat pump. After 3 years
Evap coil changed due to leaks. 3 year later Again Coil leak. At this
time it is out of warranty, so 1 can stop leak 3.5 lbs r22 and 6 months
later LP switch is switching unit off. Unknown if switch or leak. Last
time leak freezes condensor coil. This time not freezing. Unknown right
now if switch or leak or other. Circuits are all ok. Design is piston
compressor, Non TEV, R22, Single york defrost board, good thermostat and
wires. I believe it is rifled evaporator coil. Simple contactor for
condensor fan and compressor. 1 lp switch 1 defrost sensor ( closes in
freezer) No HP switch or ambient sensor. Could it be leak again ? I'll
bet so. After $950 in service calls I really do not want to fix another
leak. I'll bet I'll hear a tone with a gas Sniffer. Yes this was
installed by an AC company and I called the same Company for service.
My question is : Hear any complaints from others about coleman coils
leaking? I read others have had lots of problems with leaks on colemans.
Model PHP042H1021B. for you in case it rings a bell. I read one company
is involved in a law suite becsuse of this. The Contractor I used only
gave Mfg warranty which is 5 years parts only. Pretty sorry but I can
understand them washing their hands after Mfg warranty. I will not use
them again due to their poor unit quality screening.