Question about Bryant Heating & Cooling
These symptoms usually indicate a problem with the drain. If the drain for the evaporator is restricted it may leak, if it leaks enough it will activate a float switch that turns off the air cooling unit.
The first thing you need to do is locate the evaporator, depending on where you live and what type of home you have it will be in the basement or the attic most likely. There will be a pan under the cooling coils, if in that pan there is water then your drain for the cooling coils is plugged. Look above that pan for another drain line that is the one you need to clean out.
In the pan that has the water you will find some type of float or water switch that is keeping the A/C from coming on.
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Posted on May 29, 2010
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