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If you're worried about mineral buildup then buy a water filter...go to Lowes or Home Depot and get the 5 year inline water filter cartridge, but I've thought about this too and living in the Panhandle of Oklahoma the weather is about the same conditions...we used a swamp cooler back in the day and I thought it worked just fine, so I thought about building a ...
You have a refrigerant leak and should probably replace the refrigerant lines regardless. Depending on the type of refrigerant, leaks contribute to ozone depletion and global warming. A 2.5 ton unit will require a higher airflow rate (typically 350–450 cfm/ton). Your fan motor may or may not be able to be set to a higher speed by moving the jumpers. With a ...
You would have to consult the installation documentation for the new system. That will specify the size of the lines required. You could also just measure the lines and see if they are the same size as your existing system. But asking the internet is the wrong way to go. A competent AC installer will give you a free estimate for installing the system.
Because of the time frame you mention, I would suspect that humidity and condensation is exceeding the amount of airflow through your evaporator coils. Check that your filter is not too dirty or restricting airflow, and replace it every 30-90 days depending on the suggested replacement listed on the filter. Airflow could also be restricted by clogged ...
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