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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