Question about Heating & Cooling
Thanks for the quick response. What is the timer's circuit? Is it something I need to get a qualified tech out for?
Yeah, only a qualified or pro aircon tech can replace it. Also the evaporator coil needs to be check for leak. If your unit is still under warranty better call the manufacturer. Anyway, here's how aircon works:
Window air conditioners work on exactly the same principles as a refrigerator or dehumidifier. They have a cooling system that refrigerates the air entering the unit. The moisture in the air condenses on the cold coils and drips into the bottom tray of the air conditioner. The warm air in the room is drawn over the evaporator coil, which collect heat. The heat is conducted into a refrigerant gas. The gas is then circulated to the condensing coils on the back of the unit where it is dissipated to the outside.
Posted on Sep 05, 2008
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