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A/c is not cooling the house, can anything be done to make air cooler?

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You may be low on freon, is this a problem that has just started or has been going on for some time?

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How to Keep House Cool Without Using Air Conditioning


The expense of running the air conditioner is just too much. You open the house doors and windows up to try to cool the house down. But the house just seems to get hotter. Maybe you are going about it all wrong.

Here is a way for many people to have their houses cooler without running the air conditioner at all. Now I live in an area of the United States that has many cool nights even in the summer time. And I have found that this works very well for me. This will not work for everyone in every climate all the time but for a great many people at certain times of the year and under the right conditions they can save a ton of money with a minimal amount of effort and fore thought.

The trick to this is to cool your house off at night and then trap the cool air in the house during the daytime. When the sun goes down and it starts to cool off outside, open up all the windows and the doors too if that is practical where you live. Let them open all night long, even if the temperatures get rather cool over night. The idea is to get the house to cool down as much as possible.

Hopefully by morning your house is very nice and cool. Now before the sun has time to warm the air temperatures close your house up as tight as if it were wintertime. Try to limit the traffic in and out of the doors if possible. The idea now is to conserve the trapped cool air inside of the house. By doing this you will have a nice cool house all day long until evening when you do it all over again.

The best thing about this process is that is does not cost you anything. A bit of time spent opening and shutting doors and windows could save you a bundle on your electric bill. The process seems like it would not work that well but once you try it and see the results you will love the savings!

on Dec 06, 2009 | Heating & Cooling

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I want to make the air cond. get cooler. I want to cool fruit in this room. Can it be done. Maybe override the therm.?


To cool fruit ect you need something much more than a window unit air conditioner, they just don't have the cooling capacity to do that job. You need a walk in cooler to cool food down.

Jun 19, 2011 | Maytag M6Q10F2A Air Conditioner

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I have a Dodge Ram 2500 Hemi and the Air Condition cools only when the truck is moving but does not cool when the truck is idling


could be low on freon, and it might just need to have the front of the truck cleaned with a hose (cleaning the condensor with a hose if it is blocked up with dirt and bugs/dust). Dirt greatly affects the efficency of the system, and also check on the radiator fan to see if it is running at idle with the air on.

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HOT AIR BLOWING INSIDE THE HOUSE


I know there are not that many sites--very few--that cover the informational guidance on the maintenance and technical difficulties of evaporative coolers, and so I feel compelled to share with you this very good, but rare, handyman site that does:

http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Home_Improvement_Zone_Cooling_Ventilation_Systems_Coolers.htm

As you'll see, the link above has a section dedicated to evaporative coolers.

As to your specific problem of your cooler's blowing hot air, yes, the humidity is listed as one of six (6) possible causes of this cooler problem. To find out whether the other five causes are applicable to your situation, here is the direct link to the diagnostic article on hot-blowing coolers:

http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Home_Improvement_Zone_Cooling_Ventilation_Systems_Coolers_Cooler_Does_Not_Blow_Cool_Air.htm

You should be able to review this article, and, one by one, determine what causes listed therein are not affecting your cooler in order to ultimately end up with one remaining listed cause that is the likeliest cause of your cooler's failure to blow cool air into your house.

This should help.

Good luck!

Brad

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Squirrel cage installation.


If there is strong air flow blowing into the house the sq. cage should be OK. Possibly you need to replace the pads and make sure that the pump is not clogged and is distributing enough water to keep the pads wet.

May 05, 2009 | Mastercool 67680 Evaporative Cooler Air...

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Can I replace the oil cooler seals on 1980 Vanagon w/ engine in?


Hi!
I hate to rub salt in your wounds but after all your effort the time spent you could have the engine back in by now.
All the tin ware needs to be lifted well clear as you know the oil cooler is upright in the path of the Rotor/fan, this also needs to be raised well clear as the cooler needs to be taken off completely, you will want to clean surfaces and internals won't you?
So all shrouds to bodywork off,(Engine bay) throttle cable disconnected, clutch cable disconnected your generator wires off and finally fuel pipe. 4 bolts on gearbox bell housing and slide engine out or down for clearance on trolley jack.
All the above relates to a TypeII Split or bay window with stock engine, Not suitcase or injection.
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Jan 30, 2009 | 1986 Volkswagen Wagon Camper

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Vulcan-Bonaire : summer breeze


This unit is a cooling unit only. I don't know what switch you are looking at but I don't think it's for the evap. cooler(swamp cooler). I am in the Phoenix, Arizona area and it's very common to have a evap. cooler and a seperate heat/cool system as on the hottest days the evap. cooler doesn't cool enough. I hope this helps. Please give me a positive rating. Thank you.

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Vinotemp VT-16TEDS has light on but doesn't cool


First check the grating over the fan in the back. If it is covered with dust, there won't be enough air flow and the unit won't cool. Clean the dust off and see if it cools back down. It may take a long time to cool down if it is full of wine, so I recommend taking the wine out to test if it works.

Jan 17, 2009 | VinoTemp VT24-G 24 Bottle Wine Cooler

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Master cool


Make sure you have enough exhaust openings in the house. Turn on the unit with an outside door open and see if the result is the same. To me it sounds as if you have too much back pressure and not enough ventilation.

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