Summer Is Coming – Is Your Air Conditioner Malfunction? Solutions to Problems (Part 01)

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Summer Is Coming – Is Your Air Conditioner Malfunction? Solutions to Problems (Part 01)

When summer arrives, you need your central air conditioner to work flawlessly, and even the best air conditioners on sale will develop problems over time. Is your air conditioner not cooling? Don’t be concerned. Sears Home Services’ heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) specialists will troubleshoot your air conditioner and get it running smoothly again. Use this air conditioning (AC) troubleshooting list to help you find and solve common air conditioner problems such as AC not cooling.

The air conditioner is not cooling.

The air conditioner isn’t blowing cold air.

If your air conditioner turns on but does not produce cold air, make sure all of the vents are open and the thermostat is properly adjusted. Check the air filter if none of these are the issue. There would be no air movement if it is clogged with soil or other particles. Since the clog can cause the evaporator coils to freeze, the ice and frost will further clog the air flow. If this is the case, thoroughly clean the filter with a soft brush, mild soap, and water. To prevent this issue in the future, clean and replace your filter on a regular basis.

You may also have an issue with the fan or fan motor. If the fan spins quickly, you can have a problem with the motor’s electrical power or a leak in the refrigerant line. In these circumstances, you would almost certainly need the services of a trained HVAC technician to examine the device.

The air conditioner isn’t cooling well enough.

Check your vents to ensure that they are all open. If even one of them is closed, the warm air from the room with the closed vent will combine with the cooled air from the others, making it more difficult to cool your entire house. Otherwise, you might be dealing with another problem, such as a leak in your refrigerant line. If your machine is old or was poorly built, it can be worn out or the wrong size for your house. Systems that are too big for your house will cycle on and off too easily, reducing their effectiveness.

Water is leaking from the air conditioner.

Water is leaking from the inside of the air conditioner.

Switch off your air conditioner if it leaks water inside your home to prevent expensive water damage. Water could be backing up into your home due to a clogged condensate drain pipe. To unclog the thread, do-it-yourselfers can use a wet/dry vacuum. If that doesn’t work, it’s possible that your drain pan has rusted or that your condensate pump has failed. The damaged parts will be replaced or repaired by your technician.

Water is leaking outside of air conditioner.

On hot or humid days, you can notice a small puddle of water underneath your condenser device. That is common in hot, humid weather, as long as it only forms while the unit is operating. In cold weather—usually temperatures of 60 degrees or less—an air conditioner will freeze, causing the device to leak water as it melts, which is natural. If it’s leaking somewhere, consider cleaning or removing your air filters. If that doesn’t solve the issue, call a repair technician. You can need additional refrigerant, have a clog in your drain pipe, or have a broken condensate pan.

When the air conditioner is turned off, the water is leaking.

If your device is low on refrigerant or has a dirty filter, it can freeze while operating. The ice melts after you turn it off, allowing it to leak water. Don’t put your home at risk of water damage if your air conditioner leaks on the floor or ceiling. If cleaning your filter does not help, do not restart your air conditioning system until you have found and corrected the problem. You may have a blockage or a broken condensate pan, just as with outside leaks.

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