Last summer I was absolutely miserable inside of the house.
Usually in Evansville, Indiana, temperatures aren’t almost 100°. Last summer it was close to there and I felt like I was roasting alive inside of my house. Temperatures were absolutely awful three or four days in a row. On the third day, I tried to turn the temperature on the air conditioner down to 68° and that caused ice to form on the evaporator coils. Luckily, I found out that I did not have to call anyone to fix the problem. I looked online for helpful troubleshooting tips and there was lots of information about ice on the evaporator coils. Most of the tips and troubleshooting information told me to wait until everything was thawed out and a couple of people even suggested using a hair dryer. I decided to let the system thaw out on its own and a puddle of water was underneath the air conditioner when it was done. Several days later, there was another problem with the air conditioner. I decided not to call the service provider until the third time the air conditioner broke down. Even after I waited for the ice to go away, the air conditioner still would not put out cold air. I contacted the Evansville cooling company to schedule a repair. I was happy to hear that they have services until 8:00 p.m. Monday through Saturday and I did not have to pay any service fees that were extra even though it was nearly 7:00 at night when I finally called.