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The information below is to help you learn more about your air conditioner. This information will also help you to use your air conditioner in the most efficient and effective way and you will be able to save money on utility bills and future repairs. The life of your air conditioner will be also be extended.
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Directing the Air Movement The components are relatively simple. They consist of the blower their motors, and dampers or louvers to direct the air and to admit outside air for ventilation. These dampers are mechanical, anti shell linkages are easy to locate and repair when trouble occurs. A run capacitor is often used with blower motors also, and is tested just as the compressor run capacitor. If the capacitor fails, the motor will hum and may even turn at a very low speed. Nobody should be made to operate the fan motor in this condition. A loud noise from the fan could be caused by worn or dry bearings or by a loose blower wheel. Tightening a squirrel-cage blower may inquire a long-arm setscrew wrench (such as Sears Craftsman 9046673). You may not be able to see the setscrew itself. Look for a notch in one of the blades on the side next to the motor an access opening directly over the setscrew. The lubrication of dry bearings does not eliminate bearing noise, you’ll have to remove the motor and take it to a motor shop for bearing replacement. To lubricate, look for a screw or a plastic plug on each of the motor’s bell housings, and lubricate with a light, high-quality or SAE 20 non-detergent motor oil at the beginning of each season. Make sure to replace the screws or plugs. Don’t overlook the more obvious problems of the air-movements the cooling fins and the air filter. A tremendous volume of air moves through your air conditioner in a summer’s operation. Check the filter every two weeks, and replace it when it can’t be completely cleaned. Should the coils themselves become clogged, use a commercial solvent such as Aqua-Sol or Calgon coil cleaner, available from refrigeration-supply distributors. Also available is a “fin comb" for straightening bent or damaged cooling fins. Any condition that retards air flow can cause the evaporator coil to frost over. This turn blocks air passages and results in loss of cooling capacity. Should the air condition bring water in the room area, check the passage ways provided? Curry the Condensate away from the evaporator to the sump al the Condenser Slinger ring. To help your air conditioner cope with its summer load, start it early in the morning on hot days before the house absorbs radiant heat I win the sun. This allows it to keep up as the heat load builds up. Treat the cool air upwards for more efficient circulation. Keep curl s and other obstructions away from the air stream. Caution: AIR CONDITIONERS CAN BE DANGEROUS TO REPAIR IF YOU ARE NOT EXPERIENCED AND CERTIFIED. Do not take chances with your safety and health. The following tips are strictly for educational purposes. We strongly advise you to not get involved with any air conditioner repairs on your own. All air conditioner repairs require professional experience and training with electric systems and can become dangerous if you are not knowledgeable. For help call our air conditioning repair service technicians in Fort Worth 24/7 at: 817-570-3133