Examples Of Drainage Problems That Plague Air Conditioners

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Air conditioners (ACs) have to handle atmospheric condensation, but they are designed in such a way that the condensation is channeled outside the house without causing any problem. Therefore, you know something is amiss if your AC is not properly draining its condensate. Here are a few causes of AC condensate problems: Clogged Drain Line Just like the name suggests, the AC’s drain line channels condensed water from inside the air handler to the outside.…

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Causes And Dangers Of Leaking AC Refrigerant

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The refrigerant in your air conditioner (AC) isn’t meant to be used up; it circulates in a closed system and only reduces if there is a leak. Here are some of the things that cause refrigerant leaks: Normal Wear And Tear The constituent parts of your AC are subject to wear and tear such as that caused by vibrations. For example, joint connections loosen and seals degrade. With time, these degradations may open up sections of the coils or refrigerant lines that should always remain closed up, leading to refrigerant leaks.…

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Basic Steps On Checking If The Ignitor On Your Gas Furnace Is Working

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Newer gas furnaces are equipped with an electrical ignitor that works to turn on the gas that heats your home. These furnaces differ greatly from older furnaces that have a pilot light system, which don’t use electricity at all. This means that if your furnace has an electronic ignitor, you can’t start it manually. The most efficient way to start a furnace with an electronic ignitor is by turning it off and resetting it.…

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