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Performed Ac maintenance on Goodman system. Cycled unit for cooling. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Replaced filter. Temperature split is in range. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Amp draws are within range. Primary motor control is in good condition. Secondary motor control for compressor side is out of its allowed manufacture range. Refrigerant pressures are within range. Pulled condenser motor and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner. She is fully aware of system conditions and concerns. Wants to hold off on any repairs for today. System is operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform AC diagnostic on 1979 condensing unit. Upon arrival Sylvia was present and explain that the unit was operational and all the sudden two days ago and just shut off and no longer blowing any air. Started at Indoor Furnace and found that there was no low voltage power present. Measured low voltage power coming off of transformer and found that transformer has become defective and is no longer sending out 24 V. Indoor unit was an extremely bad shape it looks like it has not been maintenance in years. Indoor blower motor had oil leakage coming off of its bearing. Transformer has been replaced twice already as well. Proceeded to outdoor condensing unit and found that disconnect was in upside down position. Unit fired up and I began to measure refrigerant pressures. System did not look to be in good condition and found that refrigerant pressures were low along with the suction side Schrader core been jammed and stuck inside. By measuring the suction line temperature
Performed diagnostic on system. Replaced batteries on thermostat. Cycled for cooling. Unit kicked on and started cooling. Temperature is blowing cold.. Amp draws on compressor are at 24 out of a rated 28. System is in very poor condition. Condenser is over working like crazy, and is basically buried into the floor at this point due to it never being set in properly. Advised client of system conditions. Explained that due to condition of the system, she fully understands and is not looking to take care of anything drastic at the moment as they do not live in the home during summer, but do come down for a weekend or two. System is operational upon departure, but is very possible that unit will fail again due to conditions.
Arrived on site to inspect unit for a system relocation. Client is building a closet on side of home where condenser unit is currently at. He would like to move it over and couple feet to the side to have the added closet build but would like us to disconnect and leave the unit running temporally while itâ€™s getting built. Then come back out once itâ€™s done and reinstall it properly where he would like. Advised him that would be double the work and would consist of doing a relocation twice. Advised him how much with a ball park and he stated he did not want to go forward with it as he had 3 other quotes and where a lot less then us. So client just paid Disptch fee. No work made or performed on unit. Client is aware.
Installed 3 straps to the outdoor condenser to the pad. Adjusted the panels on the outdoor equipment and changed the caps on the service ports.
Check System Static Pressures Check all Safety and Limit Switches Clean Condenser Coil Duct Leakage Inspection Remove Debris from the Condenser Check Refrigeration Pressures Perform Visual Inspection and Clean Service Panel Measure Starting Amperage of the Compressor Tighten Electrical Connections Measure System Amperage and Voltage Flush Condensate Drain Lines Measure Temperature Difference Vacuum Furnace Return Air Grille Clean in Place Blower Compartment Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance Monitor Air Purification System Apply UV Protective Coating on Condenser Perform Energy Usage Calculation Test Condenser Pressure Switches Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration
Arrived on site to perform heating maintenance on 35 year old Coleman furnace. Met with Daughter, homeowner not on site and only available through phone. Cycled system for heating. Verified proper heating sequence. Temp rise across heat exchanger is within range. Unit was extremely filthy inside. Washed off filter pad and replaced both filters. Completely wiped down blower and heating compartment. Secondary motor control for indoor motor is weak and should be replaced. Blower motor is leaking oil and over amping. Unit cabinet is not sealed correctly and unit is leaking a lot of air into the bottom of the house, causing the air flow inside the home to be extremely weak and system is very inefficient. Spoke to homeowner over the phone went over system findings and recommendations. Wants to hold off on any Repair work for today. Unit is more than doubled its lifetime expectancy and parts on it are getting worn out. System is operational upon departure.
Install customer provided ecobee thermostat. WiFi is setup and system cycled before end of appointment.
Performed heating maintenance on 10 year old Trane Heat Pump unit. Cycled unit for heating. Checked indoor unit electrical and system components. Blower wheel is slightly dirty. Evap coil is clean. Electrical components in good condition. Checked outdoor unit electrical and system components. Electrical components all in good range. Amperages are normal. Temperature split is in good range. Pulled condenser fan motor off and thoroughly washed out condenser coil inside and out. Condenser motor does have some oil residue on casing, meaning seal is starting to give out. Amperages are still normal. Went over findings and recommendations. Renewed ESA maintenance program. System is fully operational upon departure.
Arrived on site to perform diagnostic on 10 year old system. Met with homeowners dad, homeowner was at work and only available through cell phone. System is not heating. System will heat for about 3 minutes and then shut off, and only cool air will come out of the vents. Will do this for a couple cycles until eventually it does nothing. Filter is clean. Cycled system for heat. Error code 33 comes on board which could mean a restriction. Verified that all vents in the home are open. Opened up coil compartment and found evaporator coil is extremely clogged, which is causing a restriction and causing unit to over heat. There is no room to remove coil to properly clean it as it is heavily clogged. Blower wheel and cabinet is also extremely dirty, and blower motor has been working extremely hard and has leaked out a significant amount of oil and amperages are high. Went over findings and recommendations with homeowner over the phone. Spoke about repair options as well as the possibility of
Upon arrival performed diagnostic. Found system to have a dirty flame sensor, cleaned flame sensor and got system up and going. Had system jumped at circuit board for testing purposes. Once having system fired up and ready to go. Tested thermostat, client had taken out 3 amp fuse from thermostat causing system to not be able to turn on. Client is gonna order, 3 amp fuse or get new thermostat. System is non operational because of thermostat. Filters need to be changed.
Upon arrival found 1 2 year old heater. Insulation was inside the burner cabinet. Cleaned up system. Tested it in heating mode. Electrical components are in good condition. All motors are in operational range. Flame sensor was cleaned. Found system static pressure was higher than its rating. Duct system is undersized and under insulated. Other than that unit is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on on heating system. Replaced all 4 filter client provided. Dusted off all return vents. Indoor motor and secondary motor control are in good condition. Blower wheel and evap coil are beginning to accumulate dust levels. Advised client she can move high grade filtration to filter more of dust. Tested inducer motor. FlMe sensor cleaned. Dusted off all electrical components. Circuit board and electrical connections in range. System is operational upon departure.
Upon arrival performed maintenance on heating system. Found blower wheel and motor to be completely covered in dirt and debree. Indoor coil is completely covered in layer of dirt, filter was extremely dirty. Pulled blower wheel out. Examined heat exchanger to make sure box is fully sealed and no breaches in metal. Found 2 dimples that have been breached. Showed client photos videos, agrees that system needs to be shut off with gas. Advised I can pull out heat exchanger so we can have double verification, client decline and would like gas shut off, due to tenant working late nights and wants to get out of home. Inside burner cabinet was extremely dusty. Ducting is connected and strapped. Amperages throughout system in range. Shut gas line off. Heating not operational.
Clean and Adjust Burners Check Combustion Air for Proper Venting Examine the Heat Exchanger for Damage / Corrosion Test Furnace Safety Controls Inspect Gas Piping Tighten Electrical Connections Measure the Voltage and Amperage Flush the Condensate Drains Measure Tempurature Difference between Supply and Return Air Vacuum Furnace Return Grille Adjust Gas Pressure & Pilot Clean in-place Blower Compartment Inspect Blower Wheel for Proper Balance Check the System's Static Pressures to Ensure Proper Airflow Inspect Duct Connections for Air Leaks / Sizing / Insulation Monitor Air Purification System Check all System Safety and Limit Switches Clean Flame Sensor Inspect Carbon Monoxide Detectors Check Thermostat for Proper Operation / Calibration