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Right on time and great service!
Brian came right on time and performed a tuneup. He is courteous, efficient and knowledgeable. I would recommend.
The Tech was excellent. The service was outstanding. Dibiase has earned my business. They are straight-shooters. As long as they remain so, I will be their customer.
Kurt and Mike were great to work with. Their knowledge was evident. They arrived on time and worked efficiently. This is my first experience with this company. I feel good about switching to DiBiase.
Checked no cooling complaint, no 24 volts to the thermostat. Checked air handler, found power at air handler but condensate water safety is tripped and the pump is full. Found no power to the pump. Checked outlet, found no power to outlet. Recommend getting a electrician to check wiring to outlet.
Checked no cooling complaint, the condensate pump runs continuously. Found float sticking. Blew out discharge line found no restriction in line. Replaced condensate pump. Wired safety. Filled pump and tested.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter ok. Cleaned eztrap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed heating maintenance, checked media air filter ok. Tested electric back up heaters. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started heat pump, tested defrost cycle. Calculated btu output. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil
Checked no heat complaint, found no power to air handler, found main panel breaker tripped, itâ€™s a 70 amp breaker and the air handler has a 60 amp breaker. Reset breaker, tested electric back up heaters, all on unit draws 34.2 amps. Checked electrical connections, found no reason for breaker to trip. Started heat pump, checked operation temperature rise across coil Recommend replacing breaker if it continues to trip.
Performed heating maintenance, checked media filter, filter is getting dirty Pam will replace. Cleaned burners and flame, inspected heat exchanger, top of heat exchanger is getting rust. Blew out condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections. Started gas furnace, tested limit and safety switches. Performed combustion test. Checked operation and temperature rise.
Performed PECO Heat Pump Tune Up on system. Inspected Indoor and Outdoor Coils. Coils were clean and free of dirt and debris buildup. Replaced the 16x20x1 Air Filter. Inspected Blower Motor Assembly. Motor is encased and no lubrication was needed. Checked Refrigerant charge on system in Heating Mode. Refrigerant charge was lower than recommended levels when referenced with the Charging Chart. On previous visit had found system to be low on refrigerant. Recommended adding refrigerant to system to increase efficiency and to get to recommended levels. Also found Blower Motor Capacitor and Dual Capacitor were testing below rating. Recommend replacement of both Capacitors before failure or damage to the motors occurs. Forced system into defrost to ensure it was switching over properly. Tested electric heat kit and measured 43 Amps on Heat Kit. Spoke with homeowner about recommendations. An estimate for these repairs was already in the system from previous visit. Homeowner is going to wait
Performed heating maintenance, replaced air filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, calculated btu output, tested defrost cycle. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Performed heating maintenance, checked air filter ok. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical, measured capacitor. Tested electric back up heaters. Started heat pump, calculated btu output. Tested defrost cycle. Checked operation and temperature rise across coil.
Performed Heating Tune Up on Amana Heat Pump system. Replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter. Taped along bottom of Filter slot cover due to Air Leakage when testing the system. Reset Filter Alert on Thermostat. Inspected electrical components on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Put system in Heating Mode and measured Refrigerant charge and Air Temperatures. Adjusted temperature and tested Heat Pump and Auxiliary Heat Kit. Measured Amp Draw on Heating Elements and measured air temperature readings. Reviewed Thermostat operation and how to change Filter with homeowner. System operating to manufacturer standards.
Performed cooling maintenance, checked media air filter. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
No ac heat pump not coming on, check operation of heat pump, indoor unit runs, but no compressor, found open cap for fan side and open winding on compressor, installed new cap and test operation compressor would not come on, installed super boost and compressor came on, quoted for repairs customer ok repairs, recommend having system replaced
Checked condensate leak, checked condensate trap, looks clear, blew out condensate trap. Checked temperature drop, getting only 15 degrees, will need to change refrigerant charge. Due to storm we need to return to further diagnose Returned to continue to diagnose, checked refrigerant charge, found low on charge. Topped off refrigerant charge, balanced by superheat. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil. Recommend replacing vs repairs due to age and r22 refrigerant.
Found that duct work at air handler on the the return side is not very good for air flow. Found entire coil sweating except upper left hand side where the air flow does not transfer across very well. Found r410a refrigerant pressures to be 329/148 at 89 degrees. Pressures are pre well on. Only found 14 degree split at indoor unit, but system was keeping 72 degrees inside. He did have refrigerant added within a few weeks ago though explained to him that if the leak is is in the evaporator coil, it could be a $3,000 to $4,000 repair. Recommend he replace the system. He is going to wait at this point until the system stops cooling again.