Common Problems That Require Air Conditioning Repair

There are various reasons why your air conditioner may not be effectively cooling your home. Read the frequently asked questions below to learn about common air conditioner problems and when you need to contact a technician who does Air Conditioning Repair.

Q.) What is the problem when an air conditioner will run, but it doesn’t blow out any air?

A.) When you hear the motor running, but you don’t feel any air coming out of your vents, your unit probably has a broken belt. Check the belt by first turning off the electric power to your unit and then removing the front panel. After taking off the old belt, look at the numbers printed on the belt and purchase one that’s the same size. When putting on the new belt, place it on the smallest pulley first and then stretch it over the larger pulley.

Q.) What is wrong with an air conditioner when it doesn’t sufficiently cool the house?

A.) If your air conditioner is running, but your house isn’t getting cooler, you either need to clean the unit or call a technician to add refrigerant to the unit. To clean the unit, turn off the power first and then remove the cover that’s on top of the unit. Use a brush to loosen the dirt and dust that’s on the fins. After you’ve loosened the dirt, use a small vacuum attachment to remove the debris. Next, spray the fins with a water hose to thoroughly clean them. Place the cover on the unit and turn the power back on before starting the unit. If your air conditioner is low on refrigerant, a technician that performs Air Conditioning Repair will have to test the level of the coolant and then add the correct amount. If the technician detects a leak in your system, the leak will have to be fixed before adding the refrigerant.

Advantage Service Company has experience in providing their customers with affordable heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical services. Visit their website at advantageserviceco.com to get a free estimate for any of their services or to contact the company for emergency repairs. You can also visit their Twitter profile for more information.

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