This is how I troubleshoot an air conditioner that is not cooling. Always contact a certified HVAC technician to perform repairs. Within this video, I pinpointed the root cause of my HVAC not cooling. Ice was visible on the pipe beside the HVAC unit. That’s typically an indication of low freon. After I turned off the HVAC and let it completely thaw, it started cooling again. This enabled me to self-diagnose the HVAC problem and not incur the price of a service call. Unfortunately, it started freezing again and I contacted a certified HVAC technician to come out to my location. They found a leak in the unit that was cause freon loss. #HVAC #AirConditioner #HOWTO
Air Conditioner Not Cooling Troubleshooting
By IrixGuy| 2017-11-22T06:52:36+00:00 November 22nd, 2017|Categories: HOW-TO, Tutorial|Tags: AC frozen, air conditioner, air conditioner not cooling, DIY HVAC diagnostics, DIY HVAC repair, HVAC, HVAC diagnostics, HVAC frozen, HVAC how-to, HVAC leaking freon, HVAC not cooling, HVAC problems, HVAC repair, HVAC troubleshooting, what causes HVAC to not blow cold air, what causes HVAC to not cool|0 Comments
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