What Are The Most Common AC Unit Malfunctions?

Air conditioning units are very necessary in Las Vegas, and with time and continuous use, they will have various malfunctions. Having an idea of the kind of malfunctioning problems an air conditioning unit can help determine if contacting a professional is needed. Here are some of the most common AC unit malfunctions:

  • The air conditioning unit stops working: This might be as a result of dead thermostat batteries. Check to make sure they are in working condition and if so, check the thermostat itself to ensure that it is in its cooling settings. Sometimes, the circuit breaker automatically trips off. Check to make sure this is the case, if it’s not, you might need to call a repairman to take a look at your air conditioner.
  • The air conditioning unit doesn't blow cool air: This could be as a result of the air filter. Changing the air filter every few months is important to prevent problems like this.
  • The air conditioning unit doesn't cool properly: Sometimes you might notice that some areas are cooler than others, this can be a result of blocked vents. Check that the vents are not blocked and call a professional if necessary.

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For more information on AC maintenance, contact the expert team at Air Zone Cooling & Heating today. 


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