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Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling the Home. Upon arrival, spoke with Homeowner about issue. Proceed to the Thermostat and turned System into AC Mode. Found the Blower was running but the Outdoor Unit was not turning on. Tested system and determined that the Outdoor Unit was out on Low Pressure due to being completely out of Refrigerant. Had added Refrigerant and Leak Dye to the System last year. Inspected Indoor Coil and found leak Dye throughout the Indoor Coil. Both the Indoor and Outdoor Units are from 2003. Due to age and condition, recommend replacement of the entire system. It is not recommended to replace just the Indoor Unit in this situation. Took measurements and photos of current system setup. Will follow up with an estimate for replacement. Turned the Disconnect at the Outdoor Unit Off. Left the Fan in the On position to help circulate air throughout the house.
Service call that the Air Conditioner was not Cooling properly. Arrived onsite and spoke with Homeowner about issue. Found the Indoor Coil was completely frozen solid and the Drain Line was blocked due to the Coil being frozen causing the water to over Flow out of the Unit into the Auxilary Pan. Drained the Water and defrosted the Indoor Coil. On previous visit, we added Refrigerant to the system and Leak Dye. Used UV Light to examine the Indoor a Coil. Large amounts of Dye were present throughout the entire Indoor Coil, indicating that the Indoor Coil has a Refrigeramt Leak. Turned System back on and measured Refrigerant Charge. System was low on Refrigerant causing the Indoor Coil Temperature to be below the Freezing mark. Added 3lbs of 410-A Refrigerant to system, charging by Subcooling. We will follow up with options for Repair/Replacement of the Indoor Coil/AC System. Also recommend installing an EZ Trap and Wet Switch into the system. If the Wet Switch detects Water in the Au
Found unit scooted up on arrival. Removed covers and brushed and vacuumed heat exchanger, chamber, and chimney ey base. Replaced oil nozzle with 1.25 80B nozzle. Fired and tested unit and adjusted combustion. The combustion chamber liner is falling apart. Recommend boiler and oil tank be replaced.
Performed Precision Air Conditioning Tune Up on system. Replaced the 201 High Efficiency Air Filter. While testing the electrical components found the Blower Capacitor was testing below Rating. Replaced the Blower Capacitor and tested operation. While measuring Refrigerant Charge found Superheat to be high and Subcooling Levels were low. Added 2lbs of 410-A Refrigerant to system to raise Subcooling to proper levels. Added Leak Dye to the system. Due to the system needing refirgerant Charge and adding the Leak Dye to the system, the homeowner would like us to come back out in the next 30-45 Days to inspect the system for the leak. The office will contact to schedule the leak search. The office will follow up for payment due to the homeowner not being home at the time of service.
Upon arrival found unit running to manufacture specifications. No noise . Unit is functioning properly. Relief valve is leaking and needs replaced.
AC Tune Up on a carrier unit .