Air conditioner will not cool and throws ice.. when furnace is on ..so is the air conditioner.
This summer we noticed the air conditioner didn't cool as well as it should. Then it would start spitting out ice particles. Then this weekend we turned the thermostat to furnace and the air conditioner ran as well as the furnace. We had to turn the breaker off to the air conditioner. Furnace heats fine.This is a 2016 model. Please help! We can't afford to replace the whole unit!
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