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How Does a Furnace Work? — HVAC Repair & Troubleshooting Tips

Posted on: December 12, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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4 Furnace not igniting, blowing cold air or running all the time? This video provides information on how a furnace works and offers troubleshooting tips to assist you in diagnosing and repair. Here is a list of the most commonly replaced parts associated with each furnace symptom: Furnace does not heat: igniter, flame sensor, draft inducer motor, control board Furnace is loud: blower wheel, blower motor, draft inducer motor Furnace runs for a few minutes: flame sensor, limit switch, Continue Reading ...

Tips To Reduce Electricity Consumption of an Air Conditioner

Posted on: December 9, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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5 A few Tips to reduce AC electricity consumption: 1) Ideal Temperature In an air conditioner, higher the temperature that you set, lower is the electricity consumption. We have seen that 25 degree celsius is an ideal temp for both cooling comfort and electricity savings. If you set the temp lesser than 25, then your ac will consume more electricity. Using ceiling fans helps to regulate the cooling of the ac throughout the room. However, if the roof of your house is directly facing the Continue Reading ...

How Does An Air Conditioner Work? — HVAC Repair & Troubleshooting Tips

Posted on: December 5, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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5 Air conditioner not cold enough or leaking water? This video provides information on how a window air conditioner works and offers troubleshooting tips to assist you in diagnosing and repair. Here is a list of the most commonly replaced parts associated with each air conditioner symptom: Air conditioner not cold enough: air filter, compressor, thermostat, thermistor Air conditioner fan not working: drive motor, fan motor, relay board Air conditioner compressor won’t run: thermostat, Continue Reading ...

Carrier Bryant HVAC Inducer Motor – Tips on How to Repair and Replace the Assembly Unit

Posted on: November 29, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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4 Amazon Link Inducer Motor - http://amzn.to/1SgUoLd Instruction Manual - https://goo.gl/w7QyM9 Tips and how to instructions on Repairing and Replacing the Inducer Motor This is a BRAND NEW Carrier/Bryant/Payne Draft Inducer Motor / Exhaust Motor Assembly. The Carrier/Bryant/Payne part # is 320725-756 (the 325270-761, 325269-702, & JE1D013N motor was used in this assembly as well as the 320725-757 An Upclose View of the Carrier Bryant JE1D013N Draft Inducer Motor Furnace AC Assembly Unit Continue Reading ...

HVAC Spring Tips

Posted on: November 23, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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5 http://aaawicks.com/ Call (651) 770-1263 HVAC Repair Tips - Service Areas in St Paul, MN. We take great lengths to protect your home from damage. HVAC Repair Tips: We spend a lot of time on the phone helping people through their plumbing, heating and air conditioning, and duct cleaning problems. We get a lot of satisfaction out of helping our neighbors, family, friends and community with and issues they have in their homes. Our team is very good. Licensing for gas, air conditioners, and Continue Reading ...

HVAC Repair Charlotte NC | Charlotte NC HVAC Tips

Posted on: November 20, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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4 HVAC Repair Charlotte NC - Charlotte NC HVAC Tips - Free Quotations on Charlotte HVAC Repairs and Installations The heating and air conditioning system in your home is not something you think about very often, usually not until it breaks and stops working completely. Then it suddenly becomes a major concern. HVAC repair in Charlotte is often required all year round, as it can be 45 degrees in May and 70 in December. If you’ve never run into problems before, or haven't needed to install Continue Reading ...

HVAC: Partial Replacement Save Money? (Heating & Air Conditioning Repair Tips – Washington, MO)

Posted on: November 14, 2015 by in HVAC Maintenance Tips
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4 Visit http://www.moheatingcoolinghvac.com/ to access best practices, reports and other expert videos related to home heating and cooling. If you've had some heating and cooling problems and HVAC prices for something new are a concern... you might be wondering if you can save a few dollars by replacing the outdoor unit on your older HVAC system without replacing what is indoors. In a word... No. Why? Because replacing only the outdoor unit by itself will lower the efficiency of the Continue Reading ...