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The Tec was very knowledgeable and pleasant to deal with.
YOUR COMPANY, OFFICE PERSONAL AND FIELD PERSONAL ARE WESOME I THANK YOU ALL FOR YOUR COURTESY AND KINDNESS. JG.
Always professional and helpful
Luke was great. He wasn’t given the correct size filter for my hallway.
Performed Furnace diagnostic on one-year-old Goodman heater. Upon my diagnostic found no evidence of any type of metal or plastic within indoor blower wheel. I then started the system in heating mode and found that the inducer motor had some type of dust or sand like material within the inducer once it begin spinning creating a rattling noise. This only lasted a few seconds would completely go away. Confirmed systems for heating sequence in operation was correct and upon departure rattling noise has depleted And is heating.
Upon arrival performed diagnostic on furnace. Found pressure switch to be defective. Also blower motor does not kick on when calling for heat, have proper voltage coming from circuit board just no response from motor. System is non operational.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on Lennox system. Replaced filter 18x24. Recommmend to be consistent with replacing filters. Filters should be replaced every 2 months. Indoor motor is in good condtion. Blower wheel beginning to build dust levels. Circuit board and electrical connections in good condition. Inducer draft motor good. Pressure switch in working order. Dusted off all electrical components and furnace burners. Cycled heating multiple times, heating order of operations in perfect condition. Temp rise splits good. Gas valve in working order. Voltages throughout system good. System was reset tested and fully functional upon departure.
AC/HEAT MAINTENANCE. Found system operational upon arrival. Replaced standard 20251 filter. The filter that was in there before the maintenance was past due and restrictive. Blower clean. Evaporator clean. Burners and burner cabinet clean. Gas pressure ok. Inducer ok. Limits and switches operational at this time. Board ok. Flame sensor ok. Igniter ok. Temp rise ok. Static ok. Washed condenser coil. Freon pressures ok. Temp split ok. Motor and compressor amps ok. Motor bearings ok. Motor control is within range at this time. High voltage line relay in good condition. Unit operational upon departure.
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Upon arrival found system low on refrigerant. Advised customer we can charge system up with refrigerant, declined gonna think about replacing system will give us a call back.
Customer canceled due to thinking we were his home warranty company. Meant to cancel us but canceled his home warranties.
NO COOL. Found system non operational. Customer stated unit doesnâ€™t run after changing the batteries. Checked thermostat and saw battery compartment is separate and very accessible without removing thermostat. Checked for power and found no low voltage coming out of low voltage controller. Would have to check if manufacture still has this part due to the age of the system. Due to age and condition of the system we highly recommend replacement options. Customer will talk it over with the dad and sister to find out if they want to move forward with replacement options. Customer will call us when he knows. Unit not operational upon departure.
CALLBACK/WARRANTY. Customer stated unit is still leaking water. Says tech was out here yesterday and said he didnâ€™t have all the parts to fix it so he only put glue on the leak. Checked line and it was overflowing at t connection to p trap. Cut line open to pressurize. Blew out rocks and gunk out of the line. Also used nearby hose to clean inner lining. Removed damaged connection and went home supply store to get new one/s. Flushed line with over 2 gallons to test. Line is cleared upon departure.
Replaced the thermostat, repaired the primary condensate line and cleared the line. Added a trap and safety switch to the condensate drain.
Performed AC diagnostic on 1995 comfort maker condensing unit. Upon my diagnostic I found that the system was on although would shut off after about 15 minutes. This has been caused due to the compressor going off on thermal overload and the pressure relief valve releasing pressure due to high amounts building up. 3.5 ton Comfortmaker- 1. Compressor going off on thermal overload and opening pressure release valve. Windings within compressor are overheating due to insulation thinning out. Compressor is on borrowed time and occurs at the end of compressor life. 2. System contains R22 refrigerant Which has been completely phased out as of January 1, 2020. 3. High voltage relay showing signs of pitting/burn makes on contact points about 95%. 4. Compressor pulling incredibly high amperage at 21 A with max rated amps on data plate are only 19.2. This is also the reason why the compressor is failing due to high energy consumption in overworking. Recommendations- 1. Replacement of R22 3.5 ton
Replacement of condenser and coil with Lennox Equipment Re-insulate exposed ducting in garage.
Arrived on site to diagnose a non operating system. Clients had home warranty out and could not fix issues. Stated they had a shortage due to past owners dog chewed up condenser thermostat wires. Upon arrival system would. Or operate or have power coming in. Thermostat is bad and failing already recommend replacing thermostat. Found system with no filter as it was in the return plenum as it was not the right size and fall in. Found blower assembly hammered, and blower wheel dirty, motor is leaking oil and has layer of dirt and oil.Found someone has bypassed the Low voltage door switch as it it currently cut off. Advised that is a safety concern. They need that replaced or repaired immediately. Test for voltage was not getting none but was getting 120v at pig tail plug in. Replaced a transformer and now had power in furnace as I got blower motor working and operational. Went to out door unit found condenser thermostat wires were chewed up and exposed causing electrical shortages and why
Post job walk
Performed AC maintenance on 7 year old carrier system. Cycled system for cooling. This is a single stage system that is split off into 2 zones. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws on compressor is in range. Amp draws on condenser fan motor are over amping. A lot of oil loss is present on condenser motor. Pulled condenser motor to thoroughly wash out condenser coil inside and out. Secondary motor control is in range. Primary motor control is in good condition. Refrigerant levels are in range and system is producing a good temperature split. Replaced 1 inch filters. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. Cycled system, system is operational upon departure.