Article 7: Three Troubleshooting Tips to Bring HVAC System Back to Life

No matter how much confident you are concerning your updated and/ or latest HAVC system, extreme weather conditions know the very art to authenticate your claims. Be it freezing cold or scorching heat, HVAC systems are expected to outperform to beat the intensity of any kind. However, some times, unluckily, despite thorough round of your HVAC’s maintenance, you are made to face the irritating breakdown of system. In such a case, instead of jaw dropping as to ‘what’s next’ and rushing to call HVAC Repair services, why not to try fixing the issue with three simple troubleshooting tips, first;

  1. Double Check Thermostat Settings

Thermostat needs to be checked first to make sure that it is correctly set to heating/ cooling mode as per weather conditions. Beware of the vacation / hold settings, in case of getting started on accidental note, the same may lead to halting air-conditioning function.

  1. Check Power Switch

Before rushing to call for technical HVAC repair, troubleshooting is recommended to bring back the power. To check for power supply, you need to first check with thermostat and air-conditioning unit for the same being turned on. Make sure both the outdoor component and unit inside home have been switched on properly. If the problem still persists, check the circuit breaker if tripped or otherwise within the electric panel.

  1. Check Air Filters

Have you tried troubshooting while checking air filters. If the air filters are clogged with dust and debris, air flow will remain an issue unless cleaned (reusable filter) or replaced. As dusty air filters also home pathogens, you are also putting health and hygiene of everyone at stake.

It is noteworthy that prior to starting with self troubleshooting, you have thoroughly gone through the manufacturer’s directions to avoid any mishandling or damage to the HVAC unit.

Having said this, if the problem still persists, it is advised to contact reliable and licensed HVAC repair professionals not only to get the issue fixed but also to keep HVAC warranty coverage protected.

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