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Returned to site to install new Draft Inducer Motor. Turned power supply off and disconnected and removed Motor. Installed new Gasket and mounted new Draft Inducer Motor. Completed Wiring connections. Put system back in operation and performed Combustion Analysis on unit. Measured Amp Draw at 2.4 Amps on Inducer Motor. Combustion Readings were within standards. Replaced 18x30x1 Air Filter for unit. Measured Supply air at 121 Degrees with a 71 Degree Return air temperature. As per homeowners request, turned space heater in mechanical room to setting #2. Reviewed hot water heater options with homeowner. Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Lennox Gas Fired Furnace. Inspected 18x30x1 Air Filter. Homeowner is going to purchase new Filters and replace. Recommend using a pleated Air Filter that does not exceed MERV-8 Rating. Cleaned Furnace drain lines and tubing. Inspected Burners and Heat Exchanger. Tested electrical components on Furnace. While testing system found Inducer Motor was m
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Installation of a new 2-1/2 Ton Amana AC unit with indoor coil on an existing Oil Furnace. Set new unit on left rear side of home with a Condenser Pad and Outdoor Disconnect Box. Drilled hole and ran Lineset, thermostat wiring, and High Viltage wiring to interior. Cut supply duct work and mounted new coil on Oil Furnace. Adapted all ductwork to furnace and sealed. Installed EZ Trap and Condensation Pump for AC system. Wired safety interlocks on pump and EZ trap in series to break the â€œRâ€ Circuit of the Control Board. Ran a new Thermostat wire from the Furnace to the Thermostat in the Hallway. Installed a Honeywell T4 Thermostat And programmed for the system. Brazed Lineset into units and pressure tested with nitrogen. Evacuated system to below 500 Microns and released refrigerant charge. Wired High Voltage Inside the Breaker panel to the supply Breaker. Sealed wall penetration with Foam sealant and silicone. Put system in operation and measured Refrigerant charge. Measured Supply
Customer concern- no heat Upon arrival saw furnace was locked out on code e228 (unable to perform pressure switch calibration). I then tested each pressure switch individually. I found that the .5 inwc switch was fine and the 1.0 inwc switch was not closing. I then measured pressures being pulled on switches and found that more than enough pressure was there and that the switch should close. I then pulled a manual pressure on switch at 15 inwc and switch still didnâ€™t close. I determined a bad switch to be cause of concern. I was able to jump out switch at specific times and get furnace to run. Furnace requires new pressure switch assembly. Part may be under warranty. Found bad 1.0 inwc pressure switch. Part of an assembly. Will need to call to verify part availability and call customer on Monday to schedule. 2/24/20. Replaced failed pressure switch assembly, checked temperature rise. Temperature rise was 38 degrees, checked vacuum levels . Inducer is pulling 1.3â€ w.c , plenty to p
Found system was locking out on codee228 ( un able to perform pressure switch calibration). Found some debris in pressure tubing. Blew out tubing and condensation lines to clear out junk in the lines. Also suggested we do a tune up and to get the membership for discounts. Performed precision heat tune up on Lennox gas furnace. 16x25x4 air filter is 3 years old , homeowner to replace. Checked all electrical conections and components. Cleaned flame sensor. Performed combustion test, and checked temperature rise. Furnace is working fine at time of service
Performed PECO Tune Upon System. Completed Checklist Form in System. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. *Please include the following when sending Invoice to Homeowner: Overall condition of the system is poor. The Capacitors for the Blower Motor and the Outdoor Unit were both testing low. The Outdoor Capacitor has oil forming around the seals. The Contactor for the Outdoor Unit is very worn and has Arc Marks. While measuring Refrigerant Charge, found System to be low on Refrigerant. While inspecting system, found the Blower Motor very dirty and the Blower Wheel is very dirty. The Indoor Coil is starting to form dirt and debris. While testing the AC, noted that the Heat Exchanger was very rusted on the interior of the Tubing. Overall condition and age of the system reveal that the system is in poor condition. Would recommend replacement of system before any issues occur or failure of the system occurs. Included an estimate for the Cost of the recommended repairs. Repairs were deferred at
Performing an Ac tune up on a Carrier system.
Performing an Ac tune up on a Carrier system.