You may need air conditioning repair services if your home is experiencing low cool air. There are three main problems that can cause cool air loss: refrigerant leaking, clogged drain pans and tripped circuit breakers. Here are some suggestions to help you troubleshoot these problems yourself. First, ensure your air filter has been cleaned. Check the air filter for clogging and replace it if necessary. Air ductwork that is clogged is another common problem. It might need to be cleaned out or serviced.

Refrigerant leaks

The first step in diagnosing and fixing a refrigerant leak in your air conditioning unit is to locate the source of the leak. Previously, the only way to locate a leak was to inspect the coil manually. HVAC service providers are now equipped to spot leaks and repair any damage. Refrigerant leaks can be very difficult to fix. The refrigerant is extremely volatile and requires special training.

Refrigerant leaks can cause a variety of problems, including a noisy AC, a leaking evaporator coil, or a spike in your energy bills. Leaking refrigerant can also cause an air conditioner to run more frequently and more energy-intensively than normal, which leads to higher energy bills and a worn-out system. It doesn’t matter whether the leak is from the unit or the outside, it is important to identify the source of the problem immediately and have it repaired.

Drain pans clogged

Clogged drain pipes can cause serious problems and are often overlooked during air conditioning repairs. The drain pan will become clogged as more water is drained. If this happens, water could overflow and cause damage to your home. Fortunately, you can prevent this problem by maintaining your unit with a regular maintenance plan. Newcomb and Company offers this service. For more information about our maintenance service agreements, please contact us.

The first step in air conditioning repair is to check the overflow drain pan. This pan is located under the indoor evaporator coils and directs condensate outside. You can check the overflow drainage pan with a flashlight and one gallon of water. If you find small cracks and holes, you can repair them yourself using epoxy glue or water-sealant. Otherwise, you’ll need to contact a professional air conditioning repair company.

Clogged pipes

If you suspect that your air conditioner is leaking, you should first turn off the power. You should switch the circuit breaker to “OFF” to prevent a shock. Locate the drainpipe outside the condenser, which is usually located near to the furnace closet. The drain pipe is usually made from PVC and covered with a plastic cap. You don’t need to use any tools to remove the cap, as you can do it with your hands.

There are many options to clear a blocked drain pipe. To clear any obstructions in the drain pipe, you can use a drainage snake. However, you should be careful not to push any of the obstructions further down the pipe. Another option is to use warm water to clean the pipe. You can also use a drain cleaner and a sanitizing agent.

Tripped breaker

A tripped breaker is an important problem in air conditioning repair. A professional can easily identify the reason. A short is when two wires touch each other when voltage is applied. In AC, wires carry 120 volts, but sometimes a third wire is added, resulting in even more voltage. AC stops working properly once the breaker trips. If the wires are too long, it can even cause damage or burnt to your home.

The circuit breaker is often labeled. It is usually either in the middle position or off. Some breakers have a colored indicator to let you know when it’s tripped. Once the breaker is reset do not turn it on again unless the problem has been addressed. Multiple surges of electricity can damage your AC and possibly cause a fire.

Mold growth

Moldy air conditioners can be very irritating. Mold is a fungus. It needs certain conditions to grow. These conditions are often found inside HVAC systems. While most mold spores will die naturally, it is possible for them to spread if disturbed. Here are some ways you can prevent this problem from ever happening.

First, mold has a foul odor. It is almost the same as the smell of mold growing in food. Water damage and leaks can also be detected, such as condensation on metal surfaces or windows. If you are unsure if your system has a mold problem, turn off the air conditioner and inspect the affected areas. The mold is often easy to spot so don’t delay.

Service plan options

A service plan is a great way to reduce the cost of air conditioner repairs. These plans offer priority service and discounts when purchasing new equipment and products. They provide homeowners with peace of mind. What are the service plan options? Continue reading to learn more. Here are the benefits of these plans. Service plans can save you money and provide more security. Service plans are a great option to prevent costly repairs and ensure your air conditioner is working properly.

A service plan is an excellent choice for customers who want to avoid expensive service calls. The service plan will check for any problems with the thermostat, circuit breakers, or air cleaner filters. The plan will also replace filters when necessary during routine maintenance. However, it is important to note that service plans exclude EVAPORATOR COILS and CONDENSING COILS. These plans may be beneficial for your air conditioner system.