Filters should be maintained on a regular basis. Dirty indoor air filters will cause restricted airflow across indoor evaporator coil. If filters are not maintained low airflow may cause the coil to frost over or ice up completely, which would cause even more of a restriction on the airflow.
Low airflow across the evaporator will not allow the refrigerant in the evaporator to
change state, which is when the most effective heat transfer takes place.
It is vital to regularly change your filters, this can have a direct impact on the life of your equipment. Always remember to date your filters so that you can reference the last time that you changed them, time goes by quickly and before you know it, months could have passed by.
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