17 Jun Why My Air Conditioner Is Not Blowing Cold Air?
There are some common parts of your AC need to fix that won’t blow cold air. It is frustrating that temperature is skyrocketing and your air conditioner is also contributing to delivering heat. Here is a guide to determine which part of your AC causing problems and how to fix it correctly.
Check, if your thermostat is set at a higher threshold, it might not be working even if you have set it Auto setting instead of On, there will be no cooling. To troubleshoot this issue, shut-off your AC switch and check the breakers to ensure nothing has tripped. Now, reset your thermostat and temperature.
When dirt and debris contact a condenser, it interferes with the process of making your room cool. A good thing is the cleaning of the condenser is something that you can do on your own.
- Hear the hissing noise when you keep your AC on?
- Find the icy buildup on your AC?
- Inspect that it takes an extremely long time to cool your room?
- Notice any leak but not sure where it is?
If yes, these are the signs of the refrigerant leak which require professional technicians’ help.
The Leak In Your Ductwork
Detect the leak in the ductwork, it means the cold air is filtering out into the walls before it reaches the vents.
If you notice your AC is not operating as usual even after checking the thermostat and parts, there are chances of a mechanical issue.
GTA Heating & A/C Inc. is here for you. In case you are unable to troubleshoot the issue using the common techniques, reach us to get high quality 24/7 HVAC services in the GTA.