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Performed cooling maintenance, checked air filter. Cleaned trap and drain. Checked voltage, amperage and electrical connections, measured capacitor values. Started air conditioner, checked refrigerant charge and temperature drop across coil.
Service call that the AC was not cooling. Homeowner stated the Outdoor Fan was running but not the Compressor. System was turned off upon arrival and indoor temperature was at 80 Degrees. Turned system on and found blower running and outdoor fan. Tested and found a failed Dual Capacitor on the Outdoor Unit. Replaced the Dual Capacitor and put system into operation. Measured Refrigerant Charge and Air Temperature Readings. Air Filter was clean and in good condition. Poured water through drain line to ensure the Pump was discharging properly. Measured Amp Draw on Compressor and outdoor fan. Found Outdoor Fan rated for 0.75 Amps and was running at 0.83 Amps. Due to the Capacitor failing it may have worn the Outdoor Fan Motor causing the higher amp draw. The Office will call to schedule your AC Tune Up under the new Service Membership.
Completed AC Tune Up Form. High Superheat. 10F temp split. Bubble leak test on lineset and all accessible parts of coil yielded no results. Could not identify any leak. Mr. Dadconio agreed to charge system with R-22 for price of $484.00 Final temp split 18F. Final Superheat 15.2Â° System is operating well at the time of this tune up.
Service call that the Heat was not working. Upon arrival found thermostat calling for heat and the Oil Burner out on Lockout. Inspected system and found heat exchanger completely sooted up and blocked. Also found Electrodes very worn and nozzle was dirty. Replaced Oil Filter, Oil Nozzle, Pump Strainer, and installed new Electrode assembly. Set electrodes to proper positioning. While cleaning the initial slot from the heat exchanger found the middle section was completely blocked and was wet. The Heat Exchanger has failed and is leaking. Broke through some of the blockage but the heat exchanger is still partially blocked. Showed homeowner the heat exchanger and explained that this is going to block again and cause more problems with the system not be able to run. Cleaning the boiler is a temporary solution until the boiler can be replaced. Reassembled boiler and put into operation. Performed Multiple combustion and smoke tests to ensure the boiler was running properly. After running for
Service call that the system was not cooling properly. Upon arrival found system running but unit was only cooling with a 10 Degree temperature split. Measured refrigerant charge and found system was low on refrigerant. Added 2 lbs of refrigerant to system, charging by Subcooling. Replaced 16x20x1 Air Filter. Inspected electrical components on system. Inspected indoor Coil and found indoor coil very dirty. After adding refrigerant temperature splits increased to 15-16 degrees. Due to the poor condition of the coil, would recommend removing the coil and cleaning and then retesting refrigerant charge again and adding any additional refrigerant. System is cooling but with the condition of the coil the system is struggling to maintain temperature and may continue to have issues keeping temperature on high heat/humidity days. Due to the coil condition did not add the leak dye into the system at this time. Will provide an estimate to remove and clean coil as well as to replace the indoor c
Performed Precision AC Tune Up on Goodman Downflow system. Replaced 16x25x1 Air Filter. Cleaned Drain Line and Condensation Pump. Pump was excessively dirty and the check valve had to be removed and cleaned for it to pump properly. Vinyl tubing also appears very dirty and could be forming blockages. While pump is working, due to being so dirty there is no guarantee that the pump will not clog internally again and fail to pump out. Pump does not have a safety float switch so if the pump fails to pump out it will overflow onto the floor. Inspected electrical components on indoor and outdoor units. Measured refrigerant charge and system is low on charge causing a higher superheat than recommended. System is cooling with a 15 degree temperature rise, but on high heat/humidity days the system may struggle to maintain temperature. Due to the overall condition of the system, the lower efficiency, and the age (15 Years) would recommend begin planning for replacement of the Gas Furnace/AC Sys
No ac, found blower running but no outdoor found open capacitor quoted for new one customer ok replace capacitor and test unit check r22 pressures 250/80 supply temp 63 return air 79 amp draw on compressor 9 could not verify with nameplate all faded also customer will replace filter
Performed Six Month Inspection on Amana Heat Pump System that was Installed in February 2019. Changed 16x20x1 Air Filter. Inspected EZ Trap to ensure it was clean and clear. Measured Refrigerant Charge on system. Due to extended length of Lineset, added 2lbs 8oz of 410-A Refrigerant to the System Charging by Subcooling/Superheat. Upon completion Subcooling was maintaining 8 Degrees and the Supply/Return Differential was at 16 Degrees. System is operating to standards at this time. Spoke with Homeowner about leaving Fan setting in Circulate to help move air in between the cooling cycles.
Service call that the Heat was working intermittently. Arrived onsite and spoke with the Homeowner about issue. Found Heat was running upon arrival, but after cycling the unit the Heat was working intermittently. Found Control Board Relays were not staying closed and were causing the Furnace not to run. Ordered new Control Board and returned to install. After installing new OEM Control Board turned System on to test. System was operating but then would shut down while running. Need to further troubleshoot system. Luis and Paul replc auxiliaryâ€™s blower limit and also found 12.5 blower cap running at 9.5 quoted for repairs customer ok also reduced gas pressure to 3.2 wc and combustion test, would recommend cleaning blower wheel and coil cycle and test heater ok
Finalized installation of 1.5 ton heat pump system with 5 kw backup heat. Installed additional return in 2nd bedroom and ran flex duct and connected to return air box. Inspected all wiring and connected wiring to EZ trap. Added additional insulation to supply runs. INstalled 16x20 filter in unit. Installed all supply air registers in ceiling 8x8. Installed thermostat. Powered systems up and tested operation. Measured and adjusted system charge, tested heat pump and backup heat operation. Provided homeowner with instructions on operation. Left system off for now. Looked at adding additional run for lower level rear family room. There is only one hole going through into crawlspace. Recommend removing 6â€ flex run and running 8â€ from trunk in basement with hardpipe through wall into crawlspace and splitting 8â€ into 2 6â€ runs and add another supply in room. Need to provide estimate on additional work.