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AC Power Failure FAQ | Ambrose Air Inc.

What is the strength of the power surge that can cause a spike in voltage with my AC?

The average home is designed to withstand 120-volt, a surge reaching 169 volts can lead to permanent damage to the air conditioning unit causing you to need orlando ac repair.

What’s causing my system to stop and start unexpectedly?

The system could be responding to changes in the voltage. This functions as a safety mechanism that protects your home. This problem can also happen when there is an obstruction of some sort. There may be objects lodged in the inlet or outlet of the unit. The unit can be then be reset.

What should I do if my AC doesn’t even turn on?

Check the circuit breaker to make sure that it hasn’t been tripped by mistake. If so, reset the breaker. The AC may need some time to recover until the unit can operate normally again.

How do I reset my air conditioner after an AC power failure?

The first step is to turn off the thermostat. Next, check the breaker box in the home and flip it to the off position. Flip the breaker for the unit back on again, and wait for half an hour to give the unit time to reset. After 30 minutes has lapsed, switch the thermostat setting back to “cool” and turn the A/C back on.

Why won’t my AC turn off anymore?

This may happen when the electronic controls start to malfunction. There may even be a problem with the thermostat that is causing the senor to function incorrectly. The system detects the appropriate temperature and shuts off.

Why does the air flow feel restricted?

This happens when parts need to be cleaned. Check the filters to see if they need to be replaced. Check the vents to see whether or not they have obstructions. Clean the evaporator coil if there are signs of freezing.

Why is the warm air not flowing immediately after I turn the unit on?

You may need to wait a little bit longer before turning your AC unit back on again. Waiting about five minutes before attempting to turn the unit back on again may help.

What should I do if the circuit breaker keeps getting tripped every time I attempt to use my AC?

You are actually in a dangerous position when this problem happens. Keep the system turned off to prevent overheating. Calling a professional is strongly encouraged if the circuit breaker continues to trip every time you operate the unit.

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