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have the thermocoupler checked

Weather King... | Answered on Aug 09, 2015


Your problem description is quite broad. There are a variety of factors that may cause your AC to not cool your house. With that said, given your ambiguous description, I can offer you a diagnostic article that provides the most probable causes of your AC's failure to cool your house, and from there you can read it and then, step by step, rule out each possible cause listed in the article:http://yourhandymanzone.com/Your_Handyman_Zone_How_To_Pages_Home_Improvement_Zone_Cooling_Ventilation_Systems_Central_Air_Conditioning_Does_Not_Cool.htmOf course, a low level of Freon/refrigerant may be the problem, but there may be other problem causers as well, as noted in the article---it may just be that debris is obstructing your AC as well. Read the article, and, if need be, take advantage of the link for free quotes and "pick the brain" of these technicians who offer you a free quote to discern what could be the problem.Good luck!Brad

Weather King... | Answered on Oct 24, 2014


36,000 btu

Weather King... | Answered on Sep 10, 2014


Here are a few things that would cause low amount of air to come out of the registers in home:
1. Something is blocking return air, like couch in from of return air register.
2. Dirty air filter. Clean or Replace!
3. Icing. Check large pipe on outside unit. If it has ice on it shut off sustem and call a qualified technician.
4. Fan speed may be wrong on blower. Put on HIGH.
5. Duct work may be apart. Check duct work and correct if needed. Note: If you have asbestos duct work do not repair. Call a qualified repair company.
I hope I have helped.
Terry

Weather King... | Answered on Apr 24, 2014


Check-1)Airflow be sure inside and outside coils are clean. Plus filter. 2)Leaks in duct return and supply 3)Temp difference across cooling coil. (Evaporator)should be around 18degree diffrence between air going in and air going out. 4)See that nothing is making heat run at same time. Like a stuck sequencer or short in control wires.

Weather King... | Answered on Aug 27, 2012


You dont need all that data , most motors are belly band type 5" motors, the direction of rotation, hp, speeds, etc are whats material to you.you dont have to get that exact motor unless you wish , Any similarly sized, or larger hp motor will work,(never less hp though) GE makes universal replacement "tripsavers" that have a shaft you may cut if required, and reversible rotation, either CW lead end or CCW lead end, (leads being wires, not the shaft end)Unless you have a OEM specific design as in tabs mounted to the motor, you dont need the exact make, just parameters of equal or greater power and similar or reversible settings specifically. Just take that motor into a electric motor shop, sometimes will be called "X" armature, etc or a appliance parts house, Standard appliance, Jonstone supply, Graingers, Burke engineering, etc.I like GE replacement motors with poller bearings, rather than the Emerson needle bearings, or similar lesser quality motors.

Weather King... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012


Hello, This is a 3 1/2 ton unit.

Weather King... | Answered on Feb 24, 2012


It sounds like your compressor is either not running or is low on refrigerant. If it is low on refrigerant it means you have a refrigerant leak somewhere in the system. The leak would have to be found and repaired or the unit is going to keep leaking down every time you pay to have it recharged.

Weather King... | Answered on Sep 06, 2011


DO you have 24 Volts at the out door unit from the thermostat?
If so trace these 2 wires down. Both Will eventually go the what we call the contactor. While tracing down these 2 small wires see all the items they go to. You could have a High pressure switch (usually has a manual reset button on it) a low pressure switch, a delay timer and maybe a few other items I cant think of at the moment.

Usually the High pressure switch is the only one that has a manual reset. Where the button is depends on who made the switch. If its a red plastic body type the button will be on 1 end. If its metallic and rectangular it button will be about 1/4 inch long and protruding down 1 side of the rectangular box. Both of these type switches have a copper tube or a screw on mounting that allows the switch to sence the pressure on the out door coil (or if a heat pump it will be on the line on the compressor that goes to the out door coil or to the reversing valve).

If this helps you please giver me an outstdnbding rating and if you need more info please post and I'll get back to you. Thanks for using fixya.

Weather King... | Answered on Aug 05, 2011


The condensor and evaporator must be matched. You are going to have to design your own wiring diagram to integrate all of these together. This is a tough job , unless you really understand electricity and air condition control circuitry.

Weather King... | Answered on Aug 04, 2011


The contactor is in the condenser outside take off the power panel box. The contactor is the a rectangle box. You can get a replacement at a local HVAC parts store.

Weather King... | Answered on Jul 30, 2011

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