Cold Fridge, Warm Freezer

I had pretty much the same problem with an old (I think) Frigidaire. It had the compressor & evaporator in the bottom of the fridge and used a rectangular air duct to get cold air up to the freezer. After a series of very humid days and lots of ice use (opening and closing the freezer door repeatedly) the air duct iced up. I had to use a hair dryer to blow hot air down the duct to defrost it, emptying the drip pan under the fridge each time it filled up

1. is an evaporator coil and heat exchanger the same thing?

In my opinion it is the same thing. A heat exchanger is a device built for efficient heat transfer from one medium to another. They are widely used in space heating, refrigeration, air conditioning, power plants, chemical plants, petrochemical plants, petroleum refineries, and natural gas processing. One common example of a heat exchanger is the radiator in a car, in which the heat source, being a hot engine-cooling fluid, water, transfers heat to air flowing through the radiator (i.e. the heat transfer medium).

2. where r the evaporator,drain pan and drain located at?

It depends on the type of car you have. The evaporator is normally under the right side of your dashboard. The drain is usually on the outside of the firewall or underneath the car in that area

3. What causes condensation on the outside of the AC PVC pipe and evaporator coil housing?

How long have you lived in the house? Have you gone through all the seasons yet. Condesation is normal, especially in the summertime when the air is very humid. If I understand correctly, your unit is in a AC water pan. That is one of the reasons they use these pans, to catch the condensation and direct it to the outside

4. finding my evaporator core on 2001 aztek?

Taking out the glove box is one of many steps involving most of the dash being removed. Pay to have this repair performed by a qualified shop

5. See if you know, experts! why is my evaporator coil icing up?

On an AC unit? Not enough air flow for the delta T presented. Check for: system balance, clogged filter, fan speed/functionality.

6. what exactly does an evaporator coil do in a freezer or cooler?

When liquids change state to gases, they absorb heat. When gases change state to liquids, they lose heat. By changing the pressure of a gas, you can change the temperature or state (the basic equation for this is the "Ideal Gas Law": PV=nRT). So, when a compressor pushes the refrigerant gas into the high-pressure side of the system, the gas liquifies ans increases in temperature. This is usually done on the outside (back) of a refrigerator where the higher temperature enhances heat exchange with the room (i.e. heat is lost to the room). A nozzle separates the high pressure from the low pressure side of the system, and when the liquid passes through that nozzle, it becomes a gas and drops in temperature. This enhances heat exchange from the inside of the refrigerator to the coils. Hope that helps.

7. Where does Evaporator Coil go on the Hz forced air furnace?

front of the air handler drain pan down then mount duct work to coil run your linesets and 2 wire to the condensor then run your power from the breaker to the condensor mount drain from unit to outside and drainpan under unit to outside all done

8. How hot does the HVAC "evaporator coil" get when heating the house?

In Air conditioners having heating and cooling options, when you Select heat mode there is a four way valve which will change the flow of refrigerant from the compressor to interior side (evaporator coil). Then the out side coil will work as evaporator and inner side will work as condenser

9. Do you need to remove the evaporator in order to change the expansion valve on 2002 CRV?

The expansion value is in the box with the evaporator you would need to pull it out .You might be able to take the black box apart without pulling it all the way out .( MAYBE )

10. what can an evaporator leak do to my car I have a 2000 mitsubishi eclipse?

The evaporator changes high pressure refrigerant into low pressure vapor. If you have a leak it will quite obviously get out and youll need to fill it more often than washer fluid

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Reviewing Different Parts and Components of Vehicle Air Conditioning
No one hates or dislikes the pleasant air of the car's air conditioner in warm summer days because it can allow you to travel to different places with comfort. The same vehicle allows you to stay cool on a long drive. But these things are only possible when you take proper care of the entire car and especially the AC mechanism. In this post, we look at different parts of vehicle air conditioning system and the care they needThese parts are -Compressor· Just like we humans have a heart, the AC system has a compressor as its heart.· This component is a pump connected to the engine whose main function is to compress the refrigerant from the evaporator coils.· The compressor that acts as a pump is attached to the engine with for compressing the refrigerant gas and circulating it in the entire coil system. NOTE — This part has both intake and discharge sides.Condenser -· The experts of vehicle air conditioning say that this component works almost like a radiator and is very small in size and appearance.· It is installed inside the mechanism to give away the heat and according to the experts, whenever the system is turned "on", it should receive a good supply of air for cooling purposes. Evaporator· The next very important component in the AC mechanism of any vehicle is the evaporator.· Its main is to absorb heat and other than absorbing the heat from inside the vehicle, it is responsible for dehumidifying the vehicle.· The experts of wiring repair Parramatta say that to make sure that this component works fine, it is important that devices like orifice tube are installed. · This device is also very necessary to regulate the temperature of the evaporator, as it is a pressure introducing as well as a pressure regulating device.Receiver· The experts of vehicle air conditioning say that one more very important part of this mechanism is the receiver.· This system employs thermal expansion valves that are actually pressure regulating devices. · The pressure regulating device receives the liquid refrigerant that it needs for functioning.· In order to do so, it must separate liquid and gas that is done by this component.The accumulator· According to the experts, one more very important component of the entire mechanism is called an accumulator. · This component is found using only in automotive air conditioning systems that have an orifice tube as a pressure regulating agent.· The main function of the component is to store surplus liquid refrigerant and it works by restricting the refrigerant from entering the compressor.· The reason why it does so is that too much of refrigerant entering inside the compressor could be detrimental for its overall health. All these and several other parts, in fact the entire vehicle air conditioning system requires proper maintenance on a regular basis to make sure that it continues to work efficiently throughout the summer season. Doing this would also ensure that you will not have to invest a major amount every year in its servicing or repair, etc.Author Bio:Paul Amelio is associated with Automotive, established in the Parramatta district for over 60 years. The firm provide a complete automotive solution and can take care of ALL your car needs. The services of company also include Vehicle Air Conditioning, Mechanical Repairs Parramatta etcFaint Positives & Evaporation Lines?happend to me and i was just tryna physc myself out. now im 11 weeks pregDoes the water's color affect it evaporation time?If there was a colorant in the water, the water would absorb more heat - especially if there were something like an infrared heat source shining into it. You could set up an infrared spotlight, but also just any bright spotlight that shines into your samples will do the trick: the darker the color, the greater the absorption. If the water absorbs more energy, then it will evaporate faster. the extra energy will allow more molecules to get the energy necessary to change into a gas. So if you have a strong light source - infrared would be better, but not necessary - and you had several glasses of water, each with a different color, you should have a workable experiment. It is important to have the amount of light hitting each glass fairly equal, otherwise the one with more light will have an "advantage". If you leave the experiment on for at least a few hours, you should easily see the different rates of evaporation by the level of liquid in each glass. You could also place a card behind each glass, with calibration lines, to make it easier for people to gauge how much water is in each glass.
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