Common Electrical Problems with Air Conditioning Systems

Your air conditioner is an electrical system: it draws power to run the motors that operate its compressor and fans from your home’s electrical supply. The thermostat that allows you to communicate with your air conditioner also runs on electricity. AC’s can develop many types of mechanical problems from wear and tear if they do not receive proper maintenance—leaking coils, burnt-out compressors, misaligned fans—but they can also experience electrical troubles similar to the ones that occur in other appliances in your home.

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Air Conditioning Repairs Caused By Dust and Dirt

Your air conditioning system recirculates air from your home and pulls in air from outside to cool your home. All of this air can be carrying dust and dirt particles that can damage your air conditioner over time. We wanted to share some of the most common problems that his can cause so that our customers are aware of what’s going on with their system.

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I Have Dirty Coils; Does My Air Conditioner Need to Be Repaired?

When something seems awry with an air conditioner—unusual odors coming from the vents, strange sounds when starting up, uneven levels of cooling—people always hope it’s something easy to fix that they can do themselves. Or they hope that there really isn’t a problem, and the issue will simply go away. But as advanced as modern air conditioners have become, they aren’t self-repairing, and for the most part, you shouldn’t try to do repairs yourself. Air conditioning systems of today are intricate machines that requires knowledgeable technicians to handle major problems.

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