Why Does My Heat Pump Blow Cold Air?

Answer

There are many possible reasons why your heat pump may blow cold air. One possible cause is that the outside unit is frozen and covered in ice due to cold weather related issues. Another reason it may blow cold air is due to the thermostat being set too low.
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It takes a few minutes of run time for the compressor to warm up the discharge gas, which is the heat source.
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Well that true that heat pumps do not produce 135 degree air that gas furnaces do. The reality is that heat pumps are all but useless for structures that are not extremely tight,
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The heater core may be going out or not be connected tightly in you...
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Does it blow cold air on start up or are you saying it seems cold all the time? It blows cold for a while, then heats up. couple of hours later, it will blow cool air again, then
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