6 Common Air Conditioner Parts That Fail
Any machine with a lot of moving parts has a higher chance of something going wrong. In this video, HVAC technicians discuss 6 failure-prone parts, why they fail, and what you can do about it.
Air conditioning's basic job is blowing the air around your home while your AC pulls the heat from it. To do that, it needs a lot of electricity, fans, motors, a compressor, and other parts to allow the system to work. If those parts get clogged with dirt or stop connecting, the whole thing can break down.
If your air conditioner starts to struggle, the way it’s acting can let you know what could be failing in it. Frost on the copper pipes coming from your outside unit can mean a fused circuit. Hot air blowing from your vents when you asked for cold could point to a list of possibilities. Regardless, it can give you a place to start digging down to the root of a problem.
If you’re having trouble with your air conditioner, it’s always a good idea to consider having a tech take a look at it. A skilled technician should have the specialty tools and experience to dig into your AC. Then they can work with you to find the best solution for your situation. If you are considering calling a technician, Any Hour Services would be happy to help. You can give us a call or schedule an appointment online.
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Author: Nathanael Stuver
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Jul 27th 2022