Question about Ruud UBHC Air Conditioner
Monday our a/c stopped working. We have tired the simple solutions like removing batteries from the thermostat, reset the unit using the switch on it and the circuit breaker. Nothing seems to work and we can't get any relief by opening the window because the air in south florida is humid and still. Please give me some advice on what I can possibly check myself, because calling a technician is financially not possible right now.
Cleanliness is the cause of many failures. Make sure the indoor furnace filter is clean. Make sure the outdoor coil is free of debris(you should be able to see light through the fins).
Finally turn off the breakers to the furnace and the A/C unit. Then turn them back on. This may reset them.
If ice has formed on the copper lines that protrude out of both the indoor and outdoor unit, Then shut the system down for a few hours. After it has completely thawed, reset the thermostat above 70 degrees. Thermostats set below 70 degrees have a greater potential for freezing.
Posted on Jun 30, 2008
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