Checked the 18,000 btu split system for too warm complaint. Found the space temp at 76 deg with the setpoint for 72 deg. Checked the evaporator split and found a 21.6 deg drop accross the coil. The unit is running at full capacity at this time. The building is a uninsulated brick structure and the load is greater than the system can handle at high temps and humidity. Explained the findings to Amanda. She stated that they turn up the stat when they leave at closing time. Advised the customer to not set back the thermostat during high load conditions when they leave to help the system keep up the next day.
Service technician was on site 4 hours ago and system appears to be slowly dropping temperature at 78 suggest customer wait over night to see operation in the morning temperature split still good at 22 degrees may need to clean evaporator coil and comb condenser coil if problems persist.
Upon arrival Jesse stated tang the a/c was not able to keep up it got up to 80Â°. I checked the unit and found the filter to be very dirty causing a restriction in air flow. I replaced the filter checked the temp split. The unit is operating properly at this time.
Carrier split system not cooling properly. Found the out door condensing coil dirty with debrie not allowing for correct airflow and heat rejection. The coil has been washed and cleared of all debris. The indoor air filter has been changed. Unit is now cooling properly at the correct pressures and temperatures.
Installed Ruud furnace and AC and coil with a new return drop and boot and humidifier, water heater.
Arrived to find out the indoor coil was frozen. After the coil was thawed, I found that the system was low on refrigerant. I performed an electronic refrigerant leak search and found a non-repairable leak at the indoor coil. The customer requested to have refrigerant and the internal leak sealer added to the system to get them by this summer. The customer will call at a later time to have somebody come out and quote new equipment pricing.
Air handler ac
I found the system shut out do to low pressure. The system is very low on R22.
Upon arrival jesse stated that the a/c was accidentally turned on and they noticed a rubber burning smell. After inspecting the unit i found that the capacitor was burned i believe due to weak connections. I replaced the capacitor and wire connections. I also noticed there was water in the blower wheel housing, i removed the blower assembly and cleaned it out. I reinstalled the blower assembly and tested the unit it is now operating properly at this time.
Performed a full cooling inspection. Washed and cleaned out outdoor unit. Check all safety switches. Unit is operating at factory specifications at this time.
Install new Delta bathroom faucets also replaced both pop-up assemblies and change the toilet lever to match the faucets
Installed new shower cartridges, shower was running constantly
Performed a furnace safety and performance inspection on a Lennox
Water stain on kitchen ceiling ,venting pipe going out the roof has a possible leak around the flashing