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Had previously been onsite due to the AC not operating. Found the Compressor had failed and started leaking from the Winding Terminals. This caused the Compressor to be damaged electrically and cause failure. Removal of the old Compressor and installation of a new Compressor with Wiring Harness. Due to system being opened to atmosphere, the Filter Drier will need to be replaced as well. Braze Compressor and Filter Drier into the Outdoor Unit with Nitrogen sweeping the system. Pressure test system to ensure it is holding pressure. Perform Triple Evacuation on System. Charge system with 410-A Refrigerant. When the Compressor failed this caused damage to the Wiring at the Outdoor Disconnect/Breaker. Install a new Non-Fused Disconnect with Whip to the Outdoor Unit. Test operation of system. Please note that the Outdoor Unit could not be fully tested and additional repairs may be needed if further damage or component failure occurred that could not be tested at time of previous service.
Service call that the AC was not operating. Upon arrival, spoke with Owner and Tenant about issue. System was turned off at the Thermostat. Turned System to Cooling to test. Found the Blower Motor was running but the Outdoor Unit was not turning on. Tested Voltage at the Outdoor Unit, which was not receiving any Voltage. Inspected the Breaker/Disconnect which was tripped. Reset and turned back on. The Breaker tripped immediately. Also found burnt wires at the Outdoor Disconnect/Breaker. Disassembled the Outdoor Unit to Access the Compressor. The Compressor Terminals and Windings were completely melted and blown apart. Hooked gauges up to the system and found system to be out of Refrigerant. Pressure tested system with 300 PSI of Nitrogen. Found leak at the Compressor itself. Need to replace the Compressor and the Wiring Harness for the Compressor. Also would replace the Outdoor Disconnect due to the Damaged wiring which could have damaged the Breaker. Will contact York and follow up
Performed Six Month Inspection of Amana Heat Pump System that was installed on 7/10/2018. Replaced the 20x25x1 Air Filter. Reviewed Dip Switch Settings on Air Handler. Adjusted Profile setting to Profile D on system. Inspected Wiring on Unit and put back in operation. Tested System in Auxilary Heat Mode and then in Heat Pump Mode. Took Supply and Return Air Temperature Measurements. System is operating to standards.
Replaced the existing heat pump with a new Amana heat pump. Outdoor is on a new pad on 6 inch bump up legs. New whip and disconnect was installed. Ran a new copper lineset to the indoor. New Amana air handler was installed in the basement of the home. Re used the existing box and filter rack. Made a transition and tied it back into the supply duct. Ran a new drain to the sump pump pit. Installed EZ trap and wired it to the indoor unit. Indoor also had a 10KW electric heat kit installed. The system was tested in heat and cool and the system is running to factory standards.
Upon arrival found system flat. Performed nitrogen test. Compressor has a hole in it where terminals are located which also burned compressor out. Compressor needs replaced and terminal plug.
Just replaced a Capacitor for the Outdoor Unit on an Amana Heat Pump system in Collegeville. Found the Capacitor was testing below the recommended range.
Installing an Amana 2-1/2 Ton Heat Pump system in Collegeville. We are starting the system up and testing the Air Conditioner now. This install included a Honeywell T6 Thermostat. We also installed an Ez Trap as part of the Condensation Line, which will shut the system down if it ever becomes clogged, preventing flooding of the basement.