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The thermostat keeps going on and off every 30 45 seconds. What could be the cause and is it possible easy fix?

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Check the condenser and evaporator to make sure these are clean. If the filter is not replaced or cleaned regularly the evaporator will become plugged.
If this is a roof top unit the thermostat may have a thermocouple on it that is shoved into the evaporator. Some times these go bad.

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Air conditioners running into a small space tend to cycle rapidly. Try to direct the airflow away from the intake so that no cold air reenters the unit. This will allow more cooling before the thermostat cycles.

Posted on Jul 15, 2007

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