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Checked dehumidifier not working, found that dehumidifier was under water from a flood. Dehumidifier display is blank and is bad can not check further but motors and controls may be damaged. Recommend replacing dehumidifier.
Installed new amana 2 stage gas furnace with single stage 3 1/2 ton a/c system. Installed furnace on legs with new 24x10 return drop. Adapted to metal supply plenum. Sealed exsisting condensate hole in cement. Added condensation pump and pumped water into wash sink next to furnace. Installed new reme halo in supply plenum. Tested furnace in both heating and cooling modes. System is working fine at time of install.
Service call that the Indoor Coil was freezing and the system was not cooling. Homeowner shut AC off for the night and ran the fan to defrost the indoor coil. Inspected coil to ensure it was free of ice. Put system in operation to test. Measured a 7 degree temperature split between Supply air and Return Air. Measured refrigerant charge which was low and below the freezing point. Added 2lbs of R-22 Refrigerant to system charging by Superheat standards. Recommended Superheat was 18 degrees, charge system to a 7 Degree Superheat. Supply Air and Return Air split increased to 18 degrees. Checked Condensation Drain Line and blew through. Poured 1 Cup bleach through drain line to help clean. Refrigerant was added to system 2 months ago, indicating that the leak is starting the increase. Recommend replacement of the full Furnace/AC system before any further issues. Joe will follow up to review the original proposal for system replacement that was provided.
Found a/c to not be a ductless system, but a thru the wall a/c very close to a window unit. Told homeowner we donâ€™t service theses units but I can check for power at the outlet to see if this is why unit in not coming on. Checked for voltage and found 243 volts going to unit. Homeowner had un plugged about 12 times yesterday and nothing came on. While I was there unit came on and display came on and started Cooling . Told homeowner that the display or board inside unit may be going bad and told her the a/c will probably shut off again and she should just replace the unit do to theses units are not worth repairing. Performed maintenance on system. Checked temperature split, and wasable filter was just cleaned. There is no model # on system that is visible. Homeowner is probably going to try to find the unit online and replace themselves if other issues occur.
Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival found Outdoor Fan was running and the compressor was trying to start and would shut down immediately. Found a burnt wire from the Contactor to the Capacitor. Tested the start Capacitor which had previously been noted to be replaced. The Start capacitor was testing well below its rating range. Installed a new 88-108 Mfd Start Capacitor with starting relay and wired into the system. Repaired the damaged wire from the Contactor to the Dual Capacitor. Put system in operation to test. Measured Amp draw on the compressor at startup and during runtime. Measured voltage across Contactor. Took a refrigerant measurement and measured Supply and return air temperatures. If system continues to have issues the recommendation will be to replace the AC system. If the compressor wires are burning up this is due to the compressor drawing higher amps during startup and run. Due to age and overall condition of the AC would recommend to begin plannin
Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival, spoke with homeowner about issue. System has needed refrigerant added previously and was recently had R-22 added by another company. Put system in operation to test. Measured refrigerant charge and found system nearly void of charge. Due to age of system (28 Years) and condition, would recommend replacement of system rather than trying to add refrigerant. There is a significant leak in the system for the refrigerant to have leaked out after being added only 4 days ago. Will follow up with a proposal for replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC system.
Performed Six Month AC Inspection on recently installed Amana AC system. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Inspected Electrical Connections on Indoor and Outdoor Units. Checked system programming and adjusted profile for AC System. Cleaned EZ Trap on Condensation Drain Line. With system operating, tested Wet Switch and EZ Trap safety devices separately to ensure they were shutting the system down. Measured refrigerant charge and adjusted charge by adding 1 lb 4 oz of 410-A Refrigerant to increase Subcooling to proper levels. System is operating to standards upon completion.
Checked blower running all the time, found zoning and it is the basement thermostat used to try to shut off the system and first and second floor thermostats are calling. Checked refrigerant charge, found low. Topped off charge and balanced by sub cooling. Checked operation and temperature drop across coil.
Performed Six Month AC Inspection on system. Checked 16x25x1 Air Filter. Filter was clean and in good condition. Homeowner stated that there was a leak coming from the unit. Ran system and monitored. Opened Coil Cabinet and poured water into the coil drain pan. Found water leaking at the fitting for the Primary Drain. Cut PVC drain pipe and repiped a section with new fittings. Poured water through drain pan multiple times to ensure the fitting was sealed. Cleaned EZ Trap and Condensation Pump. Filled pump multiple times to ensure it was pumping properly. Measured refrigerant charge on system. Measured Voltage and Amp Draw on system. Checked System settings and performed update on Control Board App. System is operating to standards upon completion. Set thermostat Back to 76 degrees and wiped down all surfaces with disinfectant that I came in contact with.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Lennox system. System has a 16x25x4 High Efficiency Air Filter. Filter was dirty and needed to be changed. Installed a 16x25x1 Air Filter temporarily but would recommend using the larger filter. Inspected Electrical Components on the Indoor and Outdoor Units. Cleaned EZ Trap and blew through condensation drain pipe. Put system in operation to test. Measured voltage and Amp readings on system. Measured Supply and return air temperatures. While setting thermostat back to original Setpoint, the alert for low battery appeared for the Outdoor Sensor. Installed new Batteries in the outdoor sensor. System operating to standards at this time.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Rheem system. Replaced 14x20x1 Air Filter. Inspected electrical components on indoor and outdoor units. Found Blower Motor Capacitor testing below rating. Replaced 7.5 Mfd Capacitor and tested operation. Blew through condensation drain pipe to clear. Put system in operation and measured refrigerant charge. Found system low on charge. System was not producing any cooling. Added 3 lbs of 410-A refrigerant to the system charging by Subcooling. Recommend adding UV Leak Dye to the system. System has needed refrigerant added the last several years. By injecting leak dye to the system, we can try to locate the source of the leak to assess the repairs required so that refrigerant does not need to be added each year.
Had previously been onsite and found the Dual Capacitor testing low and in very rusted and poor condition. Also found Contactor very worn and was measuring a voltage drop across the coil greater than 2%. Returned to site and Installed a new 40/5 Mfd Dual capacitor and a new Single Pole 40 Amp Contactor for the outdoor unit. Wire components into system and replaced worn terminal spades. Put system in operation to test. Measured voltage across new Coil and cycled system. System is about 25 years old. System is operating but overall recommendation would be to replace system before a critical component failure occurs.
Service call that the AC was not working. Upon arrival found system turned off. Turned system to cooling to test. Outdoor fan was operating but the compressor was not turning on. Tested dual capacitor which was not reading the proper levels. Also found a burnt terminal wire on the Contactor. Replaced the 50/5 Dual Capacitor and repaired burnt wiring. Tested the Start Capacitor which was measuring at correct levels but it very corroded. Would recommend replacing the start capacitor and start relay for system as well. Put system in operation and tested. Measured Amp draw on compressor which was to standards. Measured voltage across Contactor. Measured refrigerant charge on system and replaced 20x20x1 Air Filter. System is operating to standards at this time. Included an estimate for the replacement of the Start Capacitor and relay.
Performed cooling maintenance, replaced standard air filter. Cleaned condensate drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Shut off humidifier for summer. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on system. As per homeowners request, left several 16x25x1 Air Filters on site. Inspected electrical components on indoor and outdoor units. While inspecting system, found Outdoor Capacitor was at its lowest recommended rating. Capacitor is rusted and appears in poor condition. Contactor is worn and pitted and a voltage drop was measured across the Contactor coil indicating that it is becoming weak. Would recommend replacement of these components before they fail which could cause damage to the compressor. Cleared AC Drain Line and poured water through drain to test. Measured refrigerant charge and found system to be only giving a 12 Degree Temperature split due to being low on charge. Added 2 lbs of R-22 to system, charging by Superheat standards. System is operating, but due to age and poor condition of system, replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC system is recommended.