Attic air handler


Old 11-26-13, 07:17 PM
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lol that's just as well, because I'm not a tech. I know the theory but don't get my hands dirty.


Anyhow, I think the supply side is more of a problem than the return.

Maybe check the split(temp drop) across the air handler when it's warm enough to run because that'll tell you if you're really low on airflow or there's a refrigeration problem.

Also, as you mentioned in the first post -> the coil might be dirty - but getting to the underside may not be easy.
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