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Old 07-16-2010, 12:10 PM
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Did the temp split, and it was only a few degrees cooler coming out of the vents. It couldn't keep the house below 86 degrees, so someone is coming out to service it. Hopefully they bring lube
apparently my "superheat" is too high, caused by a faulty TXV? Is this TXV something I can switch out myself, or does it involve pressurized refrigerant lines and what not?