Response from RESSAC Climate Control:
Hi Donovan, thank you so much for the 5-star review for Barry's service earlier this month. We're glad that the noise problem in the stockroom was a quick fix with a new fan motor, and is no longer an issue!
Received an alert from a customer in Stockton CA, that one of their A/C units was showing an alarm. Our commercial HVAC tech found that system #3 had a belt that had jumped off the pulley. Confirmed the belt was still in good condition, re-adjusted the sheave and pulley and reinstalled. Unit back in working condition. Unable to check out with monitoring contact, no response so left a VM.
On arrival, checked out n with store manager. Found medium temp walk-in temp gauge reading 41-42degs. Used digital thermometers all reading around 37-39degs. System is fully operational. Obtained signature on work acknowledgment.
On arrival, call Richard and left message notify him I was on site. Checked in with manager. Checked in with mall security. Found medium temp walk-in temp about 60degs inside. Gained roof access. Found condensing unit not running. Found relatable high pressure switch was tripped. Reset switch and condensing unit immediately came on. Pressures were reading normal. Found evap coil with a lot of build of debris. Cleaned evap coil. Condensing fan motor amps are 0.38. Condensing fan motor capacitor is 4/4uf. Compressor amps are 5.45. Finding nothing out of the ordinary. Will come back tomorrow to follow up. Obtained signature on work acknowledgment.
A jewelry store in Stockton California reported that their AC unit had gone down. Our technician arrived and first checked the breaker panel, confirming here was power to the unit. Found system not running due to a 24v short at the Y circuit, where a wire nut had fallen off and grounded causing 3amp fuse to blow. Our tech replaced the wire nut with newer one and replaced blown fuse. System cycled on in cooling with a 23deg split. Unit is now operational.
On arrival, checked in with vendor log and store manager. Gained roof access. Hauled condensing fan blade,motor and capacitor up to roof. Turned power off to RTU5 via disconnect. Removed failed condensing fan motor, fan blade and capacitor from unit. Installed new condensing motor, fan blade and capacitor in to unit. Returned 24v connection to contactor. Returned power to unit via disconnect. Unit cycled on in cooling. Receiving a 19deg temp split. RTU5 is operational. Checked out with EMS. Filled out work order. Obtained signature on work acknowledgment.
On arrival, checked in with employee. She directed me to freezer #4. Found freezer #4 reading a box temp of 75deg. Took a K meter temp of -2.0. Turned unit off. Replaced box temp sensor with new sensor. Returned power to the unit. System turned on and immediately read a box temp of 22degs. It quickly fell to -3.5degs. Confirmed box temp with K meter. System is operating correctly now. Obtained signature on work acknowledgment.
An imports store in Stockton California reported one of their air conditioners was not communicating with their EMS. After checking in with the store manager and accessing the roof, our technician found the #1 Lennox unit with no line voltage at the unit. The tech found that all wires had come loose from the capacitor terminals and grounded against mounting wall of unit. Replaced the spade connections and connected them to capacitor, cleaned up wiring. Reset breaker and turned unit disconnect back on. System is on and cycling in cooling normally again. Confirmed with EMS that no other alarms are present. Job complete. Unit cycled on in cooling.
An imports store in Stockton California requested service for their stockroom air conditioner. Upon arrival, our technician located RTU#5 and found the system idle with on the blower motor running. Cycled system on in cooling. Found the condenser fan motor not coming on. After testing the fan motor, found it no longer functional. Will need to quote for replacement of the condenser fan motor and a compressor contactor. Checked out with store management, will return with needed parts.
A commercial customer in San Joaquin county was scheduled for their recurring AC maintenance today. After checking in with the store manager, our tech completed the PM inspection of unit, and changed out old filter with new current dated filter. Cycled unit on in cooling. Unit is operational. Site comfortable, job complete.
June HVAC PM scheduled for our commercial customer in Stockton California. Upon arrival, checked in with the vendor log-in and manager onsite. Recorded space temperatures, completed inspection and PM checklist for all units, replaced filters. No deficiencies found, maintenance service complete.
Air conditioning maintenance scheduled at a sporting goods store in Stockton California. After gaining roof access and hauling the filters up to roof, our technician completed a full spring inspection of all commercial AC units. Changed out all old filters with new current dated filters, completed site checklist for spring service. All units running, no issues to report. PM complete.
Dispatched our Stockton, CA, area technician to a sporting goods store to inspect their commercial unit. Tech found unit #3 with no 24 control voltage at the t-stat terminals. Removed pin connector to confirm there was 24v present. After reconnecting the pin, tech reset the system and put it through calibration. Upon completion of calibration process, system became operational again in heat. Tested and cycled unit, spoke with monitoring to confirm all units were working as expected.
Winter quarter a/c maintenance scheduled for a sporting goods store in San Joaquin County. All belts, electrical, fan blades and motor parts were inspected. AC filters swapped out. Heating and cooling tested. Site has six newer units, working well and no problems to report.
Our San Joaquin county a/c tech returned to a shipping center to install a new delay relay kit on their Lennox air conditioner. After completing kit replacement, tech also resolved some wiring inconsistencies that needed to be addressed. Sourced and installed a new limit switch, corrected wiring on the inducer relay. Tested and ran unit. System operational again, confirmed site comfortable with management.
On arrival, checked in with IVR and store manager. Store manager brought me to the t-stat that was not operational. Tested for voltage at the t-stat, found none whatsoever. Gained roof access found a relay that had failed. Replaced relay and found power had been restored to t-stat. System was in a call for heat but burners were not igniting. Found ignition control module was not passing 24v to gas valve and determined that the ignition control module had had failed. Notified ENTOUCH of what I had found. ENTOUCH also confirmed that all t-stats were communicating and online. ENTOUCH gave a reference number to be checked on status of quote, 001205673393 Will have to quote out repairs, order parts and return at a later date to complete repairs. Notified store manager diagnosis. Obtained signature for work acknowledgment, work order and checked out with IVR. One of the thermostats is blank it is not even on and the back end of the production area is really cold FS: Thermostat AHU6 has no po