Question about Heating & Cooling
Heater air conditioner unit does not distribute air conditioning from the open vents thoughout the house. Heat comes out fine. I can hear the fan running, and the unit is condensating on its piping. The large fan located outside is also running. I have lowered the temperature settings, and have tried both auto and manual settings on the Honeywell microprocessor themostat. Is there a damper at the unit that needs to open for air conditioning.
Unless you have zones installed i.e. day and night you will probably find that the main duct off the unit has fallen off
Posted on Jun 16, 2009
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to reach the heating/air conditioning unit that you may be better off
leaving this to a professional mechanic--especially one licensed to work
on air conditioning units.
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