Great job Mark Wallace
Response from A+ Heating & Cooling- Electrical:
Hi Chris, thank you for sharing your recent HVAC service with us, we are glad to hear you received Great service.
Upstairs system was found to have a blown capacitor in the condenser, no further issues were presently detected.
Replaced blower motor. No further issues were presently detected with the equipment.
Diagnosed failure of systems blower motor. Customer will call next week with repair versus replace decision.
2007 system was found to be low on R22 refrigerant. The evaporator coil was determined to be the source of the leak. The secondary pan under the air handler in the attic has rusted completely through and is leaking water into the home. Repairs to the system or not recommended due to the age and condition, equipment is ready for replacement.
System is completely frozen air filters must not have ever been changed still very restricted instructed renter to turn system off for two hours to allow it to thaw out
System had a severely restricted air filter, no further issues were presently detected.
Service call. I replaced a faulty fan control board with a relay and checked the operation and Freon. Paid cash, mail hard copy.
Performed tune up
Pre paid maintenance
Leak searched system again with nitrogen. Found small leak at schrader valve and tighten. Replaced filter drier. Checked system with nitrogen. Pulled vacuum and charged system with 8.65 lbs of R22. Also, replaced the contactor no charge.
Super Tune Up with brochure. Found system running on heating elements and no refrigerate. Leak checked with nitrogen and found no leaks. System has not ran in years so possible some has removed the R22 refrigerate. **Will need to come back to replace filter drier, pull vacuum, and add 7lbs of R22 refrigerate. 1 system: 2007
Diagnostic call. Entered clients information in the system. Found wrong size blower capacitor installed for the blower motor. Installed a 7.5 mf capacitor. Started system and checked over entire system. System has a high suction pressure and an excessive discharge temperature. These are indicators that the valves in the compressor are starting to go bad. System is operating, client will continue to monitor the thermostat and call us if thereâ€™s any problems.
Warranty service call.