my 2 year old unit it freezing after it’s been running about 10 minutes. I turned the unit off all last night. This morning I took a look at it outside, then went back in, turned it on, sat by the vent. It was blowing cold air for about 10 minutes and then stopped. I immediately turned it off, went outside to check for any visible signs of ice on the copper lines and or condenser below the outside fan. No signs of freezing. I did see some sweating on the copper lines though.
While standing at the unit, I turned the “Fan” (blower) on the ecobee phone app. From the area where the control board is, I heard a click, then nothing for a few seconds, and then another click. The click sounded like a relay. I didn’t notice any humming or other noises, though at the time, the unit was put together.
I’ve done a lot of reading and based on everything, I’m thinking the problem could be a bad capacitor or contactor.
Does it like I’m on the right track here?
Here are a handful of various pictures: freezing, blower motor, control board, schematics, etc. https://imgur.com/a/DuyeGmK
Thank you for anyone able to provide help! Some things in life are simple fixes, if we spend the time to better understand how they work. If I need an hvac technician, I’m always willing to give up my own bootleg technicians license. :-)