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Loving Air technicians are provided excellent services in installing two attic fans. 100% satisfied.
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The evaporator coil is clean and free of debris. The blower is clean and amps are .9 in correct range per manufacturer specifications. The water safetyâ€™s are working properly at this time. The ez trap is cleared and flowing properly at this time. All wiring is tight and in good condition. I reinforced the armaflex on the suction 90 at the airhandler. The airhandler is tight and secure. All duct is sealed tight. The condenser coil is clean and free of debris. The 1 pole contactor is in good condition. The run capacitor is in correct range per manufacturer specifications. The compressor amps are 4.36 in correct range per manufacturer specifications. The condenser fan amps are .55 in correct range per manufacturer specifications. The refrigerant pressures are 315/135 with 10 subcool. (85 outside)(75 inside). The system is working properly at this time. The customer declined recommendations but requested them to be emailed for review. I emailed the recommendations to the customer.
Installed new system everything working properly
. Guest house. Turned the thermostat to ac. Went to indoor unit. The filter was dirty. Customer had a new one and put it in. Inspected blower motor and blower housing. The blower motor amped within the manufacture specifications at 1.03. This is within the manufacture specifications. The blower housing is clean and free of debris. Inspected evaporator coil. The coil is clean. Leak searched coil due to age. No leaks found at this time. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. Drain is clear. Recommend putting an ez trap in the drain line to prevent any water damage. Customer declined. Went to outdoor unit. The refrigerant pressures were 120/270. 75 indoor temp 78 outdoor temp. The unit calls for 10+- 3 degrees of Subcooling. I had 8.7. The Refrigerant pressures are within the range per manufacture specifications. The compressor amped at 4.98. The condenser fan motor amped at .61. Both are within the range per manufacture specifications. The 45/5 capacitor c
Replaced Pitted contactor as quoted Installed new EZ trap as quoted. Cycled system for proper operation System is operating properly at this time. Upon arrival I was informed that the basement system wasnâ€™t cooling. Upon inspection found breaker to the outdoor unit tripped due to return grill restrictions. Spoke to staff onsite and advised the to give us at least 12 inches all the way around the return grill as this grill sits inside of a closet with a grill placed on closet door. Reset breaker and cycled system for proper operation after removing the blockage from return , system is operating properly at this time as to per manufacturer specs . Please refer to pictures.
. Upon arrival went to the attic. Turned the ac on. The filter is clean. Inspected blower housing and blower motor. The blower housing is clean and free of debris. The blower motor amped within the manufacture specifications at .98. Inspected evaporator coil. The coil is clean. No signs of leaks at this time. The drain is clear. The ez trap is working as it should. Inspected low and high voltage wiring. All wiring is good and tight. Inspected duct work. Duct work is good and secure. Went to outdoor unit. System wanted 12 +/- 3 degrees of Subcooling. I had 13.4 degrees of Subcooling. Refrigerant pressures were 125/225. The refrigerant pressures are within the range per manufacture specifications. The 30/7.5 capacitor checked out in range at 29.98/7.5. The compressor amped at 4.59. The condenser fan motor amped at .58. Both are amping within the range per manufacture specifications. The contactor is clean and free of pitting and burn marks. The condenser coil is clean. The disconnect is
Arrived at the home customer was waiting for me outside and allowed me in. He then showed me where the indoor unit was located and where the outdoor unit was located. Turned the system on in ac and began the inspection. Indoor unit Took an amp draw off indoor fan motor of 7.97 which is in range per manufacture specs. Checked indoor blower wheel and evaporator coil both are clean and free of debris at this time. Leak searched the evaporator coil for any leaks and did not find any at this time. Checked condensate drain and drain is clean and free of debris at this time. Checked all high and low voltage wiring and is in good shape at this time. Outdoor unit Once going to the outdoor i noticed the outdoor unit was not running. Checked that I had the proper high voltage coming to the system and I did. Checked to see if I had proper low voltage and I saw that the 24 v was not coming back to the contractor, I then put my gauges on the system and saw that standing pressures were 11 psig
On my arrival I found the outdoor disconnect to have vibrated loose the terminals on the inside of it this was causing the disconnect to not have a good connection and was not bringing the unit on this is some thing that it happened prior to our maintenance service because we checked the electrical connections when we were here and everything was tight. I am charging the customer only for the repair of the disconnect I talked to Ryan and we agreed on a cheaper non-specific repair. For our customer. Given the fact that we were just out here and she is a maintenance customer we thought it was the right thing to do. I did quote the customer for a new. Disconnect and I highly recommend that we replace it that way we have absolutely no more issues with the disconnect. I then checked the refrigerant pressures of the unit they looked good at 114/231 with a 9Â° sub cooling at 63Â° outdoor temperature and a 72Â° indoor temperature. All amp draws inside and out. Look fine and the customer has
During my inspection I started off with the indoor unit. First by checking cleanliness of the indoor coil and indoor evaporator fan blower/wheel they were both slightly dirty with a thin layer of dust and should be cleaned. I then took amp draws of the unit upstairs they came out to be 7.7 A these are within manufacture specifications I also cleared the drain line making sure that there was no debris and or clogs within the trap. I inspected all the ductwork to make sure that it was tighten secure as well as inspected all electrical connections to make sure that they were tight and free of damage. The indoor blower motor is spinning freely. And The water safety was performing properly *** Outdoor unit: when I went to check the outdoor unit I started off by checking refrigerant pressures my refrigerant pressures were good at 98/221 with a 9.7Â° superheat and an 11.9Â° sub cooling with a 68Â° outdoor and a 70Â° indoor temperature. Iâ€™ve been took amped roles of the unit my compressor
Upon arrival tighten two couplings and cleaned the pipe. Made sure there where no more water marks. Watched pipe for alittle and made sure no water was coming out. Explained to customer if this doesnâ€™t solve the issue the light will be in the way and will need to come down.
System was overcharged pulled out one pound got system to 11 degrees of sub cooling witch it was asking for pressures once done were 110 at 225 cooled off upstairs to 66 degrees started at 72