Ready for the flame as I am only a homeowner but.....
Recently moved into a new to us home which has a Carrier heatpump
installed. This is the first home we have had that uses a heatpump so
don't really understand them. Now to the question. Home is in coastal
North Carolina and weather has just hit the high humidity, barely
freezing point. Noticed this morning that outside unit is icing up.
Icing starts with three bands spaced equally apart from the bottom of
the unit to the top and then fills in so entire unit is covered with a
coat of heavy frost. Don't believe this is normal operation but before
I call a "qualified technician" thought would run it by this group. Am
not asking for a specific diagnosis but would like to have some idea of
the causes to protect me from "unqualified technicians" when I make the
This calls for the alt.havoc group resident expert Stormy. He will be along
A problem ticket has been issued.
Your tracking number is: hepme-eieio-br549
Please be patient.
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