What to do if your AC isn’t cooling
If your AC is blowing out warm or hot air instead of cool air, you probably need a new condenser.
The condenser is the large metal part of your AC unit that lives outside. The condenser is responsible for either releasing or collecting heat – this varies based on the time of year. It is comprised of several parts including: the refrigerant, compressor, condenser coil, electromagnet, fan, capacitor, relay switches, and more. While the mechanics of each AC model can vary, the overall function of a condenser stays the same.
Common Condenser Problems
Have you noticed a leak from your unit or unfamiliar noises when the fan is on? It’s time to call an HVAC technician. Don’t wait, or the problem could get worse. If it does, you’ll need to purchase an entirely new unit.
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