Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)

  1. Check air conditioning units breakers at main breaker panel
  2. Replace thermostat batteries
  3. Make sure that thermostat is set to cooling or heating
  4. Check to see if you have a humidity control and make sure is set properly
  1. Plugged main drain line
  2. Ice up evaporator coil
  3. Broken evaporator coil pan
  • Possible mildew or mold inside air handler cabinet and ducts.
  • Air handler is sucking hot air which often leads to mildew.
  • It could also be from a dirty evaporator coil or blower wheel.
  • Dirty evaporator coil
  • Low on refrigerant
  • Dirty return filter
  • Under size air conditioning system
  • Leaking air conditioning ducts
  • Thermostat is not reading the actual temperature
  • Low on refrigerant
  • Leaking air conditioning ducts
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