As the temperatures heat up in the Orlando area, the last thing homeowners want is for their air conditioning to break down. Unfortunately, this can happen from time to time. If your air conditioner isn’t turning on, there are several potential reasons for this.
Your air conditioning might not be working right for a simple reason, such as a clogged or dirty air filter. When your filter fills up with dust particles and other debris, it can cause your air conditioner to stop working. Check the air filter if your HVAC unit doesn’t come on, and replace it with a new one if it’s dirty. Your air conditioning should work after this if the filter was the problem. You can prevent this from becoming a regular problem by changing your air filter every month.
Another simple reason that air conditioners don’t come on is due to dead batteries in the thermostat. When the batteries are dead, your thermostat won’t work, which means that your air conditioning won’t turn on at all. If your thermostat isn’t working at all, replace the batteries in it with brand new ones, then check your air conditioner again. It should come on if the batteries in your thermostat were the problem.
Air Conditioner Unit
If there’s a problem with the unit itself, it could be a coolant problem or a broken motor. Coolant levels can fall too low if there’s a leak, which can prevent air conditioners from turning on. A broken motor or another problem, such as a wiring problem, can also stop these units from working.
If you suspect that a coolant leak or motor problem are causing your unit to not come on, it’s best to have a professional HVAC technician check it and make any needed repairs. Keep in mind that you might need to have your unit’s motor replaced entirely.
If you need help with your air conditioner this spring or summer, please contact Rinaldi’s Energy Solutions. We offer dependable air conditioning services in the Orlando area.
Our goal is to help educate our customers in Orlando, Florida and surrounding areas about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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