TROUBLE SHOOTING TIPS:

“I have no cool air!”

  1. You may have a tripped circuit breaker.  Check your home circuit breaker box and reset circuit breaker.
  2. Your thermostat may be off or set incorrectly.  Check to make sure your thermostat/control is on and set to cool.  Reset your desired temperature.
  3. Your indoor unit is running but the outdoor unit is not.  Air coming through your vent will be warm.  Check temperature setting on thermostat/control.  If no change, give us a call.  In the meantime, try turning off your thermostat/control for 1 to 3 hours to see if it will reset itself.

“I have no airflow!”

  1. You may have dirty filters.  Check the filters in each of your system’s components.  Clean or replace filters as recommended in your use and care guide.  If problem persists, please give us a call.
  2. Your system may have frozen up due to a dirty coil.  Check for signs of water below unit and cold exterior surface of indoor coil enclosure.  If that doesn’t work, call us.  In the meantime, try turning your thermostat off for 1 to 3 hours to see if it will defrost.

WHAT TO EXPECT

24 hours a day, 7 days a week, we will provide the best air conditioner for your home at the best possible price.  Our mission: “Optimal Performance and Solutions” and NATE certified technicians mirror our service awards.

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16-POINT AIR CONDITIONER REPAIR CHECKLIST

  1. Lubricate all moving parts (including blower motor and condenser fan)
  2. Install gauges, record operating pressures and temperatures
  3. Evaluate condition of filters, replace with filter supplied by client
  4. Measure refrigerant superheat
  5. Flush condensate drain to protect against overflow
  6. Clean outdoor condenser coil
  7. Check blower motor (and belt if applicable)
  8. Test temperature drop at return and supply air, adjust blower speed
  9. Monitor voltage and amperage in all motors, test for worn bearings
  10. Test operation and condition of compressor and compressor contact
  11. Safety test all controls for proper operation
  12. Inspect start and run capacitors and relays for bulges, rust, and leaks
  13. Tighten and safety test all wires and connections
  14. Check thermostat and confirm proper operation, including mercury bulb
  15. Clean up area
  16. Debrief client on equipment condition

BENEFITS OF A REPAIR

  • Reduced energy bills
  • Opportunity to express concerns
  • Learn about your HVAC unit
  • Reduce sound
  • Superior humidity control
  • Better indoor air quality
  • Maximum comfort
  • Invest in a relationship with Total Comfort