I arrived for a silver club fall service. I inspected the indoor system and found the UV light and filters to be in good work order. I inspect the blower motor and all electrical components and for no issues with the indoor system. I then inspected the outdoor system and found the system to be clean and all electrical components to be working properly. I also inspected the standing heater in the living room and found it to be working correctly in all settings. I found no issues with both systems performance at this time.
I arrived for a no cool call. I first inspected the indoor system and found the secondary drain pan to be holding water and a large amount of growth. I found the frame of the air handler to be sagging and bent. This is causing the drain pan and coil to lean and leak water. I also found a refegerant leak in the evaporator coil. I recommend to replace the indoor system instead of trying to straighten the frame of the air handler and replace the missing and broken brackets in the evaporator coil housing. If you have any questions please call me and I will do what ever I can to help you in anyway possible. Jake Kring.
I arrived for a non member no cool call. I first spoke with the tenant and found the main issue to be the outdoor system will not run. I inspected the condenser and found the condenser fan motor to be running between 1.28-1.39 amps. This condenser fan motor is not raited to run more than 1.30 amps. This motors surfaced temp was 184 deg. I checked the contactor, duel run capacitor and the hard start kit and found no issues. I checked the system refegerant charge and for the subcontinent to be running at 10.4 deg and the systems calls for 12 deg subcooling. I strongly recommend to replace the condenser fan motor before it completely fails. The tenant is to get ahold of the homeowners and get approval for the recommended repair. This system is 17 years old. I recommend to start planning on replacing the system due to age.
I arrived for a no cool call. I first inspected the indoor system and found the evaporator coil to be clean but extremely rusted and I found oil on the front side of the coil. I inspected the condenser and found the the system to be running but running low on refegerant. This system was installed in 2016 and the evaporator coil was replaced In 2018 due to the evaporator coils leaking. I gave homeowners options on replacing the evaporator coil or just adding refegerant at this time. The homeowner decided to try and contact concord to see if they can get the system repaired for no cost.
I arrived for a ac tune up. I inspect the indoor and outdoor system and found the run capacitor to be extremely weak and out of manufacture range of operation. I also found the contactor to be black and pitted. I made this issue aware to the homeowner and we decided to install a compressor savor kit to help improve the life of the compressor and keep the system running. I checked all amps safetyâ€™s and electrical components. I checked the systems refrigerant charge and cleaned the condenser coil. I found no further issues with the systems performance at this time.