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Old 05-08-2016, 10:12 PM   #1
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White dust keeps blowing out of a/c

Has anyone had this problem where the a/c on my Jayflight 19rd keeps blowing white dust out of it. It gets a layer all over. Thought it might all blow out after awhile but its been a year and have used it for about 30 days in that year. My next thought is tear into it and clean the coil and blower wheel. Thanks Dan
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Old 05-09-2016, 07:00 AM   #2
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Never had the dust, but we are pretty diligent in cleaning it. Evap and condensor coils twice a year, filter once a week. Even when we didn't full time, changed filter every trip or every other. We buy the filter material in bigger sheets and I cut 20+ filters at a time. Cheap insurance, doesn't cost hardly anything, and definitely makes the coil cleaning easier. Last thing you want to skimp on is a $500-$1000 AC.

I'm not sure what the white dust is you're experiencing.
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Try running a small vacuum hose in the ducts. We had small bits of Styrofoam insulation exiting the vents for a good while. I thought it was just construction debris.
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Never had the dust, but we are pretty diligent in cleaning it. Evap and condensor coils twice a year, filter once a week. Even when we didn't full time, changed filter every trip or every other. We buy the filter material in bigger sheets and I cut 20+ filters at a time. Cheap insurance, doesn't cost hardly anything, and definitely makes the coil cleaning easier. Last thing you want to skimp on is a $500-$1000 AC.

I'm not sure what the white dust is you're experiencing.
Where do you find the filter material?
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Order it from Walmart or lowes I believe but can get it online several places. "Duck Foam Air Conditioner Filter". 15x24x1/4". $0.96 a piece I believe.
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