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This AC unit was not cooling and all it needed was cleaning
http://beckyshomestead.com/how-to-clean-a-window-air-conditioner Becky shows you how to take apart and clean your window air conditioner. Then she shows you how to put it back together.
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, control board, overload Air conditioner compressor won’t turn off: thermostat, thermistor, relay board, control board Air conditioner is loud or noisy: compressor, drive motor, fan motor, fan blade, fan, blower wheel How to disassemble your air conditioner: https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=4tJCs5ytois?TLSID=1879 For more DIY videos including part replacement and help finding your model visit the repair help section of our website: http://www.repairclinic.com/RepairHelp/Air-Conditioner-Repair-Help?TLSID=1879 Click here to purchase replacement air conditioner parts: http://www.repairclinic.com/Shop-For-Parts/a16/Air-Conditioner-Parts?TLSID=1879 All of the information provided in this window air conditioner troubleshooting video is applicable to the following brands: Amana, Electrolux, Fedders, Frigidaire, GE, Haier, Hampton Bay, Kenmore, LG, Whirlpool RepairClinic has millions of replacement parts for appliances, lawn equipment, power tools, and heating & cooling equipment including washers, dryers, dishwashers, refrigerators, lawn mowers, snowblowers, furnaces, and air conditioners. Our customer care team is available to help by phone or live chat, seven days a week: 1-800-269-2609. We guarantee the fastest shipping possible—all in-stock parts ship the same business day. Return any part for any reason with our generous 365-day return policy. In addition to providing replacement parts, RepairClinic.com offers free online troubleshooting information and DIY repair videos. Use our website to choose from a series of problems to discover the likely causes and the correct replacement part(s) for your particular model. Once you’ve determined the solution, our expertly-produced video tutorials will guide you through every step of the repair. At RepairClinic, we make fixing things easy! Connect With Us! https://plus.google.com/+repairclinic https://www.facebook.com/RepairClinic https://www.twitter.com/RepairClinic http://pinterest.com/RepairClinic/ Join our free VIP email list for discounts and money-saving tips: http://tinyurl.com/pnnh3be Check out our blog: http://www.DIY.RepairClinic.com Don't forget to like and comment on this video, and subscribe to our channel!
3 Reasons to Clean your Air Conditioner. 1. By cleaning the coils and fins more airflow will go through the unit making the unit more efficient. 2. Makes the air coming out in your room cleaner and fresher smelling when your unit is clean. 3. Will extend the life of your air conditioner as it won't work as hard if you keep it clean. How to straighten A/C fins - https://youtu.be/4nYxHnD5TE0
Please expand this description. Thank you. Window and portable air conditioners use a lot of power to do their work. Make sure you're getting what you pay for by cleaning your air conditioner out every so often. It's free and can save you lots of money. Just remember to be careful--some air conditioners are heavy. Get help if you need it to move one. Unplug the air conditioner before doing anything in this video! Comments on this video are moderated, due to excessive stupidity. Save my time and yours--if you're not capable of offering constructive feedback, just go away. I'm generally a nice guy and interested in your views, but only if you're able to put together a coherent sentence with some reasoning behind it. Also: please stop suggesting fin combs or that flushing the unit with water and getting some on the electrical wiring was somehow bad. I've seen A/C units with wiring exposed to the weather, and what do you think the natural process of weather is going to do anyway? Letting the unit dry will remove any possibility of an electrical problem.
It's July 17, it's 96°F today, and the forecast is calling for almost 100°F next week. We're not interested in ridges and 200 mb jets, we want to stay cool. So air conditioner maintenance is on the schedule for today. The Arctic King unit shown here was new in July 2014 and hadn't been serviced yet. Look how dirty they get after one year! The LG unit belongs to a friend. It was in worse condition and hadn't been serviced since 2011. It was working okay, but was leaking out the front due to the condensation drain being blocked by junk (filter not cleaned often enough).
There are radiator fin cleaners you can use for this kind of job. I didn't have any of this cleaner on hand, so I went with just basic water and a little detergent (not filmed) this time around.
In Texas Weather, Tim Vasquez (former Air Force meteorologist) breaks down the weather piece by piece. I'll give this a shot as a series and see where it goes... if you like it please like, share, and subscribe and I'll keep cranking them out.
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