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Upon arrival found main unit not cooling properly. This is a two unit condo. Need to get key from guard at gate to access roof. Once on roof I located both units. I walked up to the other unit first and found only the outdoor fan motor running. Found burnt and pitted contactor and out of range capacitor. Also found original surge protector with no lights on it indicating that it has taken a hit.Walked over to the second unit which was initially thought to be the only one with an issue and found the exact same issues. Both of these units are 2015 and the contactor and capacitor’s are both original. It looks like the surge protectors were put on at the time of install. My immediate suggestion is to replace these failed parts. The main unit also seems to be a little low of refrigerant. Based on the readings I am assuming between one and 2 pounds low. I am also suggesting to take advantage of the maintenance plan at least for this year so that you can get discounts on all of these parts an
Upon arrival to the scheduled system maintenance, I was shown to the a/h in the bedroom closet and c/u on the side of the home. This system was installed In 2015. I pulled off the panel door to inspect all electrical components connections, collect amp draw/voltage readings off electrical equipment, and check the unit for cleanliness. The a/h unit has minimal biological growth. It has a UV light system to keep the unit clean. The customer will wait to replace the bulb until it burns out. The evaporator coil and blower fan are clean. The d/t temperature was 20° and within normal range. One thermostat wire was exposed and I put a cap back on the orange thermostat wire. All electrical components are secure and within factory range. I then vacuumed the condensate drain line to remove and blockage or debris. I ensured this was draining properly and flushed with a gallon of water. The filter was clean and does not need replacement at this time. The c/u system refrigerant charge is within
Upon arrival to the scheduled system maintenance, I was shown to the a/h in the closet and c/u on the roof of the condo. I pulled off the panel door to inspect all electrical components connections, collect amp draw/voltage readings off electrical equipment, and check the unit for cleanliness. The a/h unit has biological growth. I recommend a UV light system to keep the unit clean and produce better indoor air quality. The evaporator coil is clean and blower fan has some debris build up. The d/t temperature was 22° and within normal range. Photos uploaded to ST. All electrical components were secure and within factory range. This is a common drain line, there was some water in the safety float switch. I dried out the switch and let the customer know if this continues to happen there may be a drain issue with the common line. The filter was clean and recently replaced. The c/u disconnect box was broken. The metal copper was lodged into the power while the other half was loose. I exp
I performed a maintenance tuneup to include inspecting both indoor and outdoor coil, inspecting the UV light bulb, check and cooling operation, flushing, the drain line, checking the filter, and checking the refrigerant level. Customer was advised that the system is slightly under charge by 2 pounds of refrigerant. Customer declined to recharge the system.
No heat/cool<br> <br> Hydro thermal heat pump system not running compressor. Found bad con control board not releasing y to contactor. I bypassed board for temporary operation. Board will need to be replaced. <br> <br> Found pure x uvc bulb burned out. Home owner approved replacement of bulb. <br> Set transformer to 208v for the correct incoming line voltage. <br> Home owner signed up for maintenance program today. First maintenance should be scheduled after repair is completed. <br> <br> Office to check warranty and part availability. Office to contact homeowner with repair quote. <br> <br> System operating at this time. <br> <br> Model sv0411vtcfrtpddxatxxxxxx7xxxx1xxxxsba<br> <br> Serial. 29400740000027735071982
Complete member tune up. Customer is concerned about some biological growth that is forming around only (2) supply vents downstairs. I found that there is a gap between the ceiling and the grille causing our issue. The ducts and inside of the grille are clean. I caulked the edges of the grille to close the gap and ensure proper airflow on both vents. Inspect and change customer supplied filters. Clear all drain lines with vacuum. Central Air System (1): Inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 20 degrees. Ensure system is running properly in all modes. A picture of the evaporator coil will be uploaded. There is no biological growth inside of this air handler. The UV device is functioning properly. All safety switches are functioning properly. At condenser checked pressures, temps, amps and volts. Left system in good working order. Central Air System (2): Inspect electrical components. Test amps and volts. Delta t measures at 19 degrees. Ensure system i
unit #1 Customer showed me a ac unit in the closet that was not working. 8t is old. Turned thermostat on and indoor fan came on but not the condenser. Found the compressor out on LRA. This unit has to be replaced. Pulled disconnect. Unit #2 Customer told me this unit is old and does not seem to work right. I turned unit on and both air handler and condenser came on with a 18 degree split. This one is old they want a price to replace this one also. Unit #3 This unit is new and there is nothing wrong with this unit Corey scheduled Monday 1/3/21 between 12 and 2 to give customer an estimate.
Replaced mini split mount with full welded aluminum mount, replaced Mitsubishi mini split condensing unit. Nitrogen tested, pulled system to 500 microns. Verified system was cycling properly. Customer is satisfied at this time.
Unit not cooling due to a pressure sensor error. Reset both boards error went away. Just a miscommunication error on the two communicating boards. System running properly at this time.
System is critically under charged discussed options with client fortunately technician did not have leak stuff left on truck. Technician recommended replacement client agreed office to contact clients to arrange meeting with Corey.
The 2005 air handler and 2014 heat pump is completely out of R22 Refrigerant recommend system replacement. Corey is scheduled for today 3-5pm arrival.
Cycled and inspected equipment. Found equipment from 2005 with some wear and tear. System is operational at this time. Left system in good working order for now. I informed customer about equipment and estimate. Customer stated he would like to move forward with getting a estimate to replace but it will have to wait until he receives ownership of property. Recommend: new equipment due to age and overall condition of equipment. Also installing a new pure air x whole house germicidal unit to eliminate and prevent bio growth.
Performed routine maintenance on 3 total systems checked pressures amps volts coils drains temps all systems are running to manufacture specs at this time
Cycled and inspected equipment. Found thermostat locked. Unlocked thermostat and went over step by step to ensure customer was informed on how to unlock thermostat. Left system in good working order.
Cycled and inspected equipment. Found system with a blown 5 amp fuse. Found low voltage wiring in poor condition causing shorts. Also found contactor pitted. Repaired wiring and short. Installed a new contactor. Left system in good working order for now. Scheduled Corey same time as tune up to avoid multiple appointments per customers request Thursday 8-10 a.m. Recommend: highly recommend replacing system due to cost of future repairs, age, and overall condition of equipment.