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Performed AC Tune Up on Payne system. Replaced 20x22x1 Air Filter. Tested components and found the Blower Motor Capacitor was testing below rating. Also found Dual capacitor testing low. The single Poe Contactor is worn and pitted, and a voltage drop was measured across the coil indicating the Contactor is wearing. Also found condensation drain pipe was clogged and the coil pan was overflowing. Cleared drain line and tested. The floor drain the condensation pipe empties into is backing up and also appears to be clogged. Measured refrigerant and found system to be low on charge. It appears as if a drop in replacement refrigerant was used on the system at one time. System is only cooling with a 12-13 Degree temperature split and if ran the indoor coil may freeze up. There are two refrigerants hand written on the outdoor unit, so the exact refrigerant is not known and the refrigerants cannot be mixed. Would recommend replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC system due to overall poor condition
Performed AC tune Up on both package units. Replaced Air Filters in both systems. Inspected and tested electrical components. TheYork system which supplies the back office area, the Outdoor Fan Capacitor was testing in rating but was rusted and had signs of oil. This indicates that the capacitor is starting to fail. Would recommend replacement of the capacitor before failure occurs. Also noted the presence of water in the bottom of the control panel area. The condensation drain is broken and no trap exists. Water could be penetrating the unit from elsewhere, or it could be an issue with improper drainage. Measured refrigerant charge on both systems. Checked belt tension on the system for the front office area. The front office unit could not find any access to the drain line to inspect or Cleanout. Refrigerant levels were to standard on both systems. The Front office system had been previously diagnosed as having a restriction. This could be an intermittent issue. During testing the re
Performed cooling maintenance on first floor air conditioner, , cleaned first floor filter. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioners, checked refrigerant charge on both. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil. Finished up cooling maintenance on second floor a/c system. Replaced 14x24x1 air filter. Blew out condensate drain. Checked all electrical conections and components. Tested capacitor at outdoor unit. Checked refrigerant pressures and temperatures at indoor and outdoor units. System is working fine at time of inspection.
Performed quality check, checked media filter. Shut off humidifier for summer. Tested condensate pump and water safety checked furnace set up. Cycled furnace, checked low and high fire fuel pressures. Started air conditioner, measured refrigerant charge. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Water leak from saddle valve for humidifier, found valve leaking at the seat between gasket and valve, replace valve and check for leaks no leaks test humidifier ok adjust water flow, recommended adding more ventilation to mechanical room
Performed Quality Assurance on Amana Gas Furnace/AC System. Reviewed installation with homeowner. Completed Checklist Form in system.
Reclaimed and removed old ac unit . Removed old heater and coil. Installed a new amana gas heater. Fixed flue piping that was falling out the wall and recemented the pipe in the wall. Adapted all duct work as needed . Installed a new HE filter on to the return. Taped and sealed all duct work. Ran a new counter strike gas line. Ran a new condensate drain with a ez trap wired in the furnace. Installed a new Aprilaire humidifier and ran new copper water line over to hot water heater piping. Ran new vinyl tbing over to discharge sink. Ran a new electrical box with a new switch and outlet. Ran new copper lines from inside coil to new amana ac unit. Unit is on a new plastic pad with rocks underneath. A new disconnect box and electrical whip to unit. Installed a t10 thermostat and set up setting. Ran lineset threw finished portion of house and came down brick with linehide and ran lineset on side of house to ac unit .brazed and leak checked with soapy bubbles and 300 psi of nitro. Tested syst
Service call that the Heat was not keeping up to temperature on the Second Floor. Upon arrival found Second Floor Thermostat was set to 73, but the Temperature was actually at 69 Degrees. Tested both Zones Individually and separately and found that Zone 2 Powerhead had failed. Installed a new TACO Zone Valve Powerhead and put system back in operation. Allowed system to run and monitored to ensure the boiler was operating properly. Checked all Baseboards on the Second Floor and verified that they were getting hot. The Transformer and Relay Control is operating, but is starting to make an electrical buzzing noise. This occurs when the relay starts to wear and weaken. While it is operating properly now would recommend planning to replace this control in the future before any issues occur. Included estimate for the Control Center
No heat, on main unit, upon arrival found main unit working ok no issues thermostat satisfied at 71 and room temp at 71, found York unit not running and was locked out on ignition, check electrical and found burnt connections and also had to cleared pilot tube, after repair cycle unit and combustion test ok we checked carrier unit was working al the time we were on site, did not see any issues would recommend having both systems checked/maintenance filters should get replaced
Replace blower motor on carrier unit, removed failed blower motor, installed new blower motor, wired and checked phase and direction. Installed blower belt and adjusted. Started unit and tested operation ok. Replace ICM on York unit, removed failed control, installed new control board. Wired. Started unit ant tested operation.
Checked no heat on 2 RTU,s on the ground, found carrier unit has a failed 3 phase blower motor. Checked York unit next to the carrier, found unit has a heat call, burner relay closes but no power to inducer. Found a failed ignition.control board. Motor will be in West Chester tomorrow quote #12647025 Ignition control is at the Broomall Johnstone
Service call that the Heat was not working on the First Floor. Spoke with Homeowner about issue. Thermostat was set to 76 Degrees in Cooling Mode. Set thermostat to 72 in Heating. Proceeded to the Boiler to inspect. System was heating properly and the zone valves were operating. Allowed system to run and checked baseboards on both zones. All Rooms were Heating properly. The first Floor had increased from 68 Degrees to 70 Degrees. Reviewed thermostat operation with homeowner. No diagnostic charge due to thermostats being recently installed.
Installation of a new 40 Gallon Natural Gas Atmospheric Water Heater with Drain Pan, Water Alarm, and Expansion Tank. Also installed 2 t4 thermostats and cycled heat in both zones, both zones are getting hot and working fine.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on Gas Fired Boiler. Was informed by Homeowner that the Second Floor was not getting hot. Cleaned Burners and Pilot Assembly. Inspected Heat Exchanger. Performed a Combustion Analysis on system. Turned both the 1st and 2nd Floor Zones on to test operation. The First Floor baseboards were heating. The Baseboards on the Second Floor were not heating consistently. While testing boiler Air could be heard in the return piping. The Expansion Tank was also full of Water. Drained Expansion Tank and purged the Second Floor system to remove Air from the pipes. Put system back in operation to test. Would recommend upgrading thermostats to a more accurate Digital Thermostat. The current Thermostats are an older style thermostat and are not very accurate and need to be turned above the Set Point several degrees to turn the system on. Would also recommend installing a new Water Heater due to age (11 Years). Visually inspected Water Heater, but do to the age re
Service call that the AC for the Front Office was not working. Upon arrival, found the Evaporator Coil and Compressor Area frozen. Shut system off and ran the blower Fan to defrost the coil. After the Coil was defrosted put System in operation. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Suction Pressure was very low and the Head Pressure was very high. The Low Suction Pressure is causing the Evaporator Coil to freeze. The Fixed Metering devices that are within the coil are restricted. After the System was running the Areas where the Metering devices are located began freezing. This is indicating that Refrigerant is not flowing properly. The high Head Pressure was noted on last visit when the compressor had tripped the breaker due to running in high Amp readings. While the Coil is Restricted, damage may have occurred to the compressor as well. The system will continue to freeze up and continue to be an issue. We will contact the Manufacturer and get pricing and follow up with estimates fo