Question about Heating & Cooling
Replace motor, did cleaning and now it just keeps o working and not cooling
With heating and air conditioning many times there are multiple problems, one causing the other. If you listen closely to the unit you should be able to ascertain whether the compressor is on or not. It has a distinctively lower toned motor than the fan. If it is working you need to feel the larger of the two copper pipes if possible. The optimum condition of this pipe after running for a couple minutes is it should be cold and sweaty. If it is just a little cool or warm it may well be low on refrigerant. In that case you need to call an EPA certified Tech. If they tell you that it has a leak, insist that they repair it, not just fill it. There are dozens of different problems that happen to units. I just touched on a couple of them, that's why Techs charge $50-$80 an hour. Once you find a good Technician keep his number, sometimes were hard to find. Good luck
Posted on Jul 14, 2009
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