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Found furnace in the basement where water had been leaking out of the furnace. Removed panels to access inside of furnace. Found that down inside the blower compartment the rigid condensation trap had split possibly due to zip ties being to tight and vibration from blower. Called warranty company to inform them of the situation. Fixed and repaired condensation trap by cutting out section of broken trap and using existing drain connections . Cycled furnace and tested operation of condensation trap. No leaks. Furnace is working fine at time of service.
Went over the removal and re installation of baseboard heat with customer. Found that in kitchen area it would be better to completely remove old section of base board, and re install a new 4 ft piece of baseboard in kitchen area. Downstairs in the drum room area, baseboard could be temporarily removed and capped off until new walls are built to re install exsisting baseboard with pipes now running behind 2 new finished walls. Also talked to customer about adding a supply to basement from exsisting high velocity. There are no closets to go through so only could be installed by chasing out supply run with dry wall. Also told homeowner that we could also look at installing a mini split for the basement area. Homeowner will get back to us on there decision.
Performed precision oil tune up on crown oil boiler with 3 zone valves. Replaced rf1 oil filter. Brushed and vacuumed heat exchanger and smoke pipe. Replaced oil nozzle. Performed smoke and a combustion test on oil boiler. Oil boiler is working fine at time of inspection.
Found system completely frozen up with about 3â€ of ice on evaporator coil and suction line frozen completely back to the compressor. Checked air filter and air filter is slightly dirty but not to where it would really effect air flow. System is an r-22 system from 2005. Also found blower motor running, but not putting out any air flow due to coil being a block of ice. Can not check refrigerant pressures while system is frozen up. Talked to landlord about entire situation. Recommended to homeowner to replace the system. Talked to the office about issue, office waved the diagnostic fee and we will need to return to check to see the cause of freezing issue.
Checked no cooling complaint, found air conditioner running but not cooling. Checked outdoor unit, found only fan running no compressor, checked run capacitor, found open compressor side. Replaced dual run capacitor. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge.
Performed Inspection/Tune Up on Attic AC system. The 20x30x1 Air Filter is dirty and needs to be replaced. Spoke with owner and he is going to purchase new filter and install. Tested components on Air Handler and Outdoor AC unit. Found Blower Motor Capacitor was testing below rating. Installed a new 10 Mfd Blower Motor Capacitor for system. Put system in operation and measured refrigerant charge on system. Rinsed outdoor coil with water due to having dirt buildup around the coil. Measured refrigerant charge on system. Reconnected 6â€ Flex Duct which supplies the Bathroom Register. Performed Heating Inspection/Tune Up on Gas Fired Boiler. Removed and cleaned Burner assemblies and inspected Heat Exchanger. Cleaned Ignitor and inspected components on Boiler. Put boiler in operation and performed Combustion Analysis and draft test. Zones are getting hot but Air is present in the lines. Would recommend purging both zones of Air and retesting system. Also would recommend Draining the Expan
Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter. Blew out condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed cooling maintenance on high velocity air conditioner. Replaced air filter, cleaned condensate trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values ok. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Took pictures of air handler and water heater, to see what is the best idea to install water sensor,, water heater is direct vent 80% and does not uses line voltage, both per pipes that goes from water heater to coil are above ceiling, no excess to ceiling, air handlers have an auxiliary pan with float switch, wireless method will probably be the better solution
No heat on first floor, house has three zones second and third floor are ok, found defective end switch on zone valve, replace zone valve head and test operation ok performed combustion test and test all three zones all zones are in working order, would recommend having boiler inspected/tune up talked to Phil and all repairs were approved
Installed novo 485hto-150 softner and filter. Removed old softner and re piped new in. Tested and ran regen. Unit is operational to factory standards set for 20 grains hardness recommend re testing after unit has been operational. Installed new air gap for drain line.
Performed Precision Heating Tune Up on the Gas Furnaces for the First Floor and Second Floor Systems. Checked 16x25x1 Air Filters on both Units. Filters were clean and in good condition. While testing the Electeical Components on the First Floor System, found the Blower Motor Capacitor was measuring at its lowest recommended rating. Replaced Blower Capacitor and tested operation. Cleaned Drain Lines and Tubing for both systems. The Drain Tubing which Drains Condensation from the Exhaust Pipe into the Secondary Heat Exchanger for the Second Floor system was completely clogged. Removed Tubing and cleared entire Tubing of blockage. Performed Smoke Tests and Combustion Tests on both systems. The First Floor System Combustion a Levels were to standards at this time. While performing Smoke testing on the Second Floor System Heat Exchanger found distortion in the Smoke when the Blower comes on in Chambers 1 &3. Also noted Flame Distortion in these Chambers during regular operation. These te
Upon arrival found motor amps on the high 6.5. Amp which is rated at 3-6amp. Adjusted pully and bought amps down to 5 which is what is recommended from manufacture. Tested voltage. Another company replaced relay for a three pole Contactor. Motor has been replaced three times.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Checked 14x25x1 Air Filter. Homeowner was concerned that the system did not seem to be blowing cold air and had previously frozen up. Temperature differential between the Supply and Return Air was 7 Degrees. Measured Refrigerant Levels and found system to be very low on refrigerant. Added 4lbs of R-22 Refrigerant to system, Charging to Target Superheat of 15 Degrees. Due to age of system, and the significant amount of Refrigerant that it has lost, recommend replacement of the Furnace and Air Conditioner. Joe will be in contact to go over replacement options and Pricing.
Performing an AC Tune Up on an Amana system in Conshohocken.